Note: Antonia's letter to Don Quixote. In this letter, Antonia tells Don Quixote that he has gone mad and should be committed.
Antonia's LetterDear Uncle Alonso,
Perhaps this is hard to read, but I will not do you the disservice of hiding the truth from you.
You are out of your mind.
You've spent too much reading your frivilous books, and now you can't tell the difference between reality and fantasy.
So where is this vicious dragon or this ferocious giant you're always speaking of?
Even this so-called Dulcinea is a figment of your imagination.
There are no such monsters, and no such woman, in this world.
Please, get a hold of your senses.
It pains me to write this, but it's all for my uncle's sake.
Uncle needs to be committed to an asylum so he can receive professional treatment.
I've reserved a spot at a hospital for him, where he'll be taken care of.
These ideas of chivalry have concerned me from the start.
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