Which passage best describes Sancho, Don Quixote’s squire, during the time at which Don Quixote recruited him?
A) Sancho Panza rode on his donkey like a patriarch, with his saddlebags and hisleather bottle, and a great desire to see himself governor of the isle his master hadpromised him.
B) “I must say, for my part, that I have to cry out at the slightest twinge, unless this business of not complaining extends to knights errants’ squires as well.”
C) “Sancho Panza rushed to his assistance as fast as his donkey could trot, but when he came up he found that the knight could not stir.”
D) A neighbor of his and an honest man—if a poor man may be called honest—but without much salt in his brainpan.
I got A is this correct?