The vast and arid deserts of the southern province of Spanish Navarre, selected by Terry Gillian for his disastrous "Don Quixote", seem to have rubbed off on a handful of villages that border it. The landmarks there are distorted. No noticeable features mark the silent streets where shuttered houses are backed by sandstone ridges like a flow of lava, inward looking on their modest histories.
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