A doughty gentleman lies here A stranger all his life to fear Nor in his death could Death prevail In that last hour to make him quail He for the world but little cared And at his feats the world was scared A crazy man his life he passed But in his senses died at last
Starting with an easy one. Name the novel or the character (extra credit for both)
First to get it right wins the privilege of being known as the first to get it
Of course, RT is correct...this is from Don Quixote, and about Don Quixote. RT gets extra credit for naming Samson Carrasco as the one who came up with DQ's epitaph.