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- Key-oh-tay or kwix-oat: can you pronounce 'Don Quixote' properly?
- Almost half of readers surveyed had trouble getting the eponymous hero's name right. And he is not the only literary character to cause confusion … A statue of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza at the Place d'Espagne, Brussels, Belgium. Photograph: Alamy.