Don Quixote & Sancho Panza
A character in Miguel Cervantes' novel The Cunning Hidalgo Don Quixote of La Mancha, a companion and squire of the main route. Sancho Panza is a typical representative of the Spanish people of that time. Even the meaning of the head's name speaks of this (Panza translates as "belly"). The essence of the plot is full of proverbs and characteristic monologues. The characterization of Sancho is as follows: the hero is practical and constantly shows common sense (as opposed to a noble companion), prone to cunning and, in some specific circumstances, seeks profit, often acting deceitfully.