Shakespeare/Cervantes

Yesterday my dentist asked me if I was still reading Spanish classics and if so was anything worth sharing. I came up with the following: They both died in 1616 and there is no record of them ever meeting but there was a meeting of writers in France which they might have attended. As to the question of whether they knew of each others writings the answer is yes based on one of Shakespeare's lesser writings in which he used the term "tilting at windmills" which for sure came from Don Quijote. The dentist's assistant has a daughter who is a third classman at Navy and I forgot to ask the young lady if grits are ever served there for chow. I take credit for suggesting we have them and we did just once as I was told only one in four Mid's would eat them . As I recall " There ain't nothin gooder than grits "You mean there is? How about Humped back double jointed Georgia goobers!

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