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A story tinged with humor, about embracing life in the face of adversity.
(1605 & 1615) ”Cervantes published The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha in two parts, the first in 1605, the second in 1615. With its picaresque adventure and serio-comic mockery of chivalric romance Don Quixote has become an enduring emblem of the powers of idealism and the impos... Read More »
Arguably the first great
European novel, Don Quixote has become synonymous with the futile quest. Both funny and
tragic, it is a great adventure that has maintained its vitality, especially in the translation by
The hilarious Spanish masterpiece. It could always be worse, you could go out battling windmills.
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