Which 17th-century novel includes a scene about counting goats to fall asleep?
A The Canterbury Tales
B The Scarlet Letter
C Don Quixote
In the comic literary work, Quixote’s squire, Sancho Panza, wants to stop and rest for the night. He offers to tell the elderly knight a story to help them sleep and insists that every goat in the story must be counted. It’s not sheep, but it’s the same idea.
The correct answer is Don Quixote.