Not everyone has the time to read a chapter of a book every so often, or so they think, but we can all read hundreds of tweets effortlessly. Now, you can read Don Quixote in its entirety in tweet form thanks to the Twitter account, QuijoteEn17000Tuits.
Retired Spanish engineer Diego Buendia used an algorithm to break down the novel into a total of 17,000 tweets. You will, however, need to brush up on Spanish; he hasn’t translated the novel into English for this barrage of tweets.
The account posts 28 fragments from the novel every day. It is on course to send the concluding tweet on April 22, 2016; this coincides with the anniversary of the death of Don Quixote author Miguel de Cervantes.