Don Quixote is utterly romantic and I am very tempted to tilt at windmills.
But then Don Corleone is a man of the world - a man of respect - a man of honour - and a man of authority, and don't you forget it for a moment.
But what would happen if they met? What would they say to one another?
And as one of our political plays is called, "Don's Party", perhaps we could invite them to Don's party and introduce them.