When I was learning spanish, I read the original "Don Quixote." Most of it is lost in memory haze, but I do remember that it was wonderful. I've been tempted to go back and reread it after many years of experience with various spanish cultural affectations to see what new insights it might hold, but...
In an unmitigated act of vanity, I'm re-reading my own book, Waves of Life, instead, partly to glean inspiration for parts of the sequel, mostly for enjoyment. I posted the first section of Waves of Life to the "MIghty SPAM WAR" thread, pages 278-279, to see if I could trick anyone else into reading it. Personally, I like it, but I wrote it to be the kind of thing I like, so there.
In case you didn't realize it, I DO have a sense of humor. How about you?
"I will not fear. Fear is the mind-killer... I will face my fear. I will let it pass over and through me, and when it has gone, only I will remain." --The Bene Gesserit
"Time is a spiral. Space is a curve. I know you get dizzy, but try not to lose your nerve." -- Neil Peart
"I'm not in the ship. I am the ship." -- River Tam
"The truth is simple. It's the lies that get complicated." -- me
"No matter where you go, there you are." --Buckaroo Banzai