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Ah, woman! There is no greater beauty than she. Don Quixote knew this. And surrender can be so sweet. What good are your broad shoulders without a woman to hold, your strong back without a woman to carry in your heart? When I walk, I am Dulcinea. When I talk, she becomes me. I am the soul object of man's desire, the sweetness that bears him. Dulcinea.
Is the "Dincinea" intentional? Or should it be "Dulcinea" everywhere?