What are some aspects that you have observed while reading Don Quixote that might stand out as unique and different from the other works we have read so far this semester?

Don Quixote by the Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes is written in a style that was brand new when it was first published during the Renaissance in 1605: the novel. In fact, the word “novel” comes from the Latin word “novellus”, meaning “new and original, or young and fresh.” One of the “new” things about the novel was that it was a long narrative written in prose, rather than poetry (the complete text of Don Quixote is around 500 pages—we are only reading selections from the longer text). Beyond that, though, there were a number of other features that made novels in general, and Don Quixote specifically, “original” and “fresh”.What are some aspects that you have observed while reading Don Quixote that might stand out as unique and different from the other works we have read so far this semester?———————————————–To receive full credit (5 points) for each discussion board, all of the following must be achieved:–Your original post successfully answers the prompt.–You use specific evidence from the text, including direct quotes to support your analysis.–Correct formal spelling, grammar and formatting.–At least one substantive response to a fellow student’s post.–You include your own question about the text at the end of your first post.–Your own original response and your responses to other students total at least 500 words combined per discussion board.