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Don Quixote

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Don Quixote by Miguel Cervantes generated an English idiom

people not to go tilting at windmills. The saying alludes to the protagonist's

attempt to joust with a windmill he mistook for a giant. This adage underscores the importance of being able to accurately assess a conflict or perceived conflict and take the best course of action.