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1547-1616Saiwantisi, 1547-1616Saiwendesi, 1547-1616Savedra, Migelʹ Servantes, 1547-1616Savedra, Miguel Cervantes, 1547-1616Savedra, Miguel de Cervantes 1547-1616Servant, 1547-1616Servant Saavedra, Michail 1547-1616Servantes.Servantes, M.Servantes, M., 1547-1616Servantes, Migel deSerṿantes, Migel de, 1547-1616Servantes, MiguelServantes, Miguel deServantes, Miguel de, 1547-1616Servantes Saavedra, Michail de 1547-1616Servantes Saavedra, Migel 1547-1616Serṿantes Saaṿedra, Migel de, 1547-1616Servantes Saavedra, Miguėlʹ, 1547-1616Servántes Saavedra Miguel de 1547-1616Serṿantes Saṿaidrah, Miguʼel de, 1547-1616Servantes Savedra, Michiel de, 1547-1616Servantes Savedra, Migelʹ, 1547-1616Servantes van Saveedra, Michiel, 1547-1616Servantess Saavedra, Migels de, 1547-1616Servantess Sāvedra, Migels de, 1547-1616Servantesu, M., 1547-1616Sewantisi Saweidela, Migai'er de 1547-1616Sirfāntīs, 1547-1616Sirfantis Saafedrā, Mīgīl dī 1547-1616Sīrwāntis 1547-1616Therbantes, ..., 1547-1616Therbantes, Minkel nte 1547-1616Ṯirbāntis, 1547-1616Tserbantes, Michaēl, 1547-1616Tservantes, Michaēl, 1547-1616Tservántes Michaī́l 1547-1616Zerbantes eta Saabedra, Mikel, 1547-1616Zerbantes, Miguel de 1547-1616Θερβάντες, Μιγκέλ ντε 1547-1616Τσερβάντες Μιχαήλ 1547-1616Де Сервантес Сааведра, Мигель, 1547-1616Сааведра, Мигель Де Сервантес, 1547-1616Сервант, 1547-1616Сервантес, Мигель де, 1547-1616Сервантес, Мигуель, 1547-1616Сервантес Сааведра, Мигель де, 1547-1616סירונטס, מיגואל דיסערוואנטעס דע סאאוועדרא, מיגעל דעסערוואנטעס, מיגל דה, 1547-1616סערװאנטעס סאאװעדרא, מיגעל דעסרבנטס, מיגואל דיסרונטס, מיגאלסרונטס סאאוידרא, מיגואל די, 1547־1616סרונטס סודרה, מיגל דה, 1547-1616סרונתס סאוידרה, מיגואל דיצערװאנטעס, מיגועל, 1547-1616ثربانتس سابدرا، ميجيل دي، 1547-1616سرفانتس، ميجل دى، 1547-1616 م.سرفانطس، ميجل دى، 1547-1616 م.سرفنتس ساڤدرا، ميجيل دى 1547-1616سروانتسميجل دى ثربانتس سابدرا، 1547-1616 م.セルヴァンテスセルバンテスセルバンテス, 1547-1616セルバンテス, Mセルバンテス, サーベドラ・ミゲル・デセルバンテス, ミゲル・デ塞万提斯, 1547-1616塞万提斯·萨维德拉, 米盖尔 德 1547-1616赛万提斯, 1547-1616赛文德斯, 1547-1616fast-896802Don Quixote (Fictitious character)lccn-n79095377Ormsby, John1829-1895trledtlccn-n50016854Motteux, Peter Anthony1660-1718trledtlccn-n85112254Shelton, Thomasactive 1612trledtlccn-n80119404Rodríguez Marín, Francisco1855-1943auiannedtlccn-n50049340Putnam, Samuel1892-1950trledtfast-1052270Panza, Sancho (Fictitious character)lccn-n79149073Smollett, T.(Tobias)1721-1771trllccn-n80035861Jarvis, Charles1675?-1739trllccn-n79089221Doré, Gustave1832-1883otharttrlilledtcreCervantes Saavedra, Miguel de1547-1616FictionHistoryPicaresque literatureRomancesJuvenile worksCriticism, interpretation, etcAdventure storiesSatireBiographyQuotationsSpainCervantes Saavedra, Miguel de,Knights and knighthoodManners and customsDon Quixote (Fictitious character)Don Quixote (Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de)Spanish literatureAuthorsAuthors, Spanish--Classical periodInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Spanish literature--Classical periodFictionSpanish fiction--Classical 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Saavedra, Miguel deEl ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la ManchaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyFictionPortraitsIllustrationsPictorial worksPicaresque literatureThe classic Spanish novel of romantic, courtly love and chivalry+-+52333818455015130ocn051848364book16050.22Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deDon QuixoteHistoryJuvenile worksFictionRomancesAdventure storiesPicaresque literature"Widely regarded as the world's first modern novel, and one of the funniest and most tragic books ever written, Don Quixote chronicles the famous picaresque adventures of the noble knight-errant Don Quixote of La Mancha and his faithful squire, Sancho Panza, as they travel through sixteenth-century Spain."--Jacket+-+25233651554317857ocn057055153book18290.31Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deDon Quijote de la ManchaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksCaricatures and cartoonsBibliographyComic books, strips, etcFictionIllustrationsPresents the classic Spanish tale of chivalry and abiding optimism, depicting the exploits of a knight who attempts to bring justice and truth to the world, accompanied by essays, notes, and a study of Cervantes's language+-+13721957933702254ocn000912805book16120.31Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deThe history of Don Quixote de la ManchaJuvenile worksFictionAdventure storiesPicaresque literatureThe adventures of an idealistic country gentleman and his shrewd squire who set out, like knights of old, to search for adventure and right wrongs+-+16804770353621799ocn009080837book17220.63Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deNovelas ejemplaresCriticism, interpretation, etcAbstractsFictionNovelas ejemplares / M. de Cervantes .- v.2+-+66775128932617352ocn005088878book18680.63Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deEntremesesCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionDrama+-+6425485293324245246ocn018680064book19090.18Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deThe first part of the delightful history of the most ingenious knight Don Quixote of the ManchaHistoryFictionAlthough published nearly 400 years ago in Spanish, this parody of the chivalrous life remains amazingly familiar in translation today-perhaps from the extensive influence it has played on novelists, playwrights and even composers over the centuries, or perhaps from its eternal storyof the childlike and comic view of a decayed world by a madman stuck in a golden past2405506ocn422760052book18180.32Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deDon Quijote de la ManchaJuvenile worksFictionQuotationsDictionariesIllustrationsAdventure storiesPicaresque literatureLaunched simultaneously in Spain and the Americas, this work aims to divulge the great novel of Spanish Literature by means of a high quality, well-taken care of edition at a very reduced price. The book contains a prologue by Mario Vargas Llosa, an introductory text and complementary analysis by other academics, along with an extensive glossary of terms that will help readers get to know Cervantes' language. This beautiful hardbound edition is 5 x 8 inches, 1360 pages of fine biblical Italian paper, and will be sewn at the spine with fine vegetable thread. This work constitutes, without a doubt, the most complete, serious, high quality commemorative edition. Having an immediate success when first published 400 years ago, and with its experimental form and literary playfulness, Don Quixote has been recognized as the world's first modern novel. Don Quixote tells the story of a middle-aged Spanish gentleman who, obsessed with the chivalrous ideals found in romantic books, decides to take up his lance and sword to defend the helpless, destroy the wicked, and win the heart of his beloved Dulcinea. Seated upon his ever so lean horse, and accompanied by the pragmatic and faithful squire Sancho Panza, Don Quixote rides the roads of Spain seeking glory and grand adventure. Along the way the duo meet a dazzling assortment of characters whose diverse beliefs and perspectives reveal how reality and imagination are frequently indistinguishable+-+5860561793219142ocn021627935book19490.29Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deThe ingenious gentleman Don Quixote de La ManchaHistoryFictionAn abridged retelling of the classic story of a Spaniard who fancied chivalrous behavior, named his swayback stallion Rosinante--which means the best horse of all--chose for himself a lady love, and went off thirsting for adventure197561ocn000408254book19060.25Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deDon QuixoteHistoryJuvenile worksFictionAdventure storiesPicaresque literatureDon Quixote is a middle-aged gentleman from the region of La Mancha in central Spain. Obsessed with the chivalrous ideals touted in books he has read, he decides to take up his lance and sword to defend the helpless and destroy the wicked. After a first failed adventure, he sets out on a second one with a somewhat befuddled laborer named Sancho Panza, whom he has persuaded to accompany him as his faithful squire. In return for Sanchoʹs services, Don Quixote promises to make Sancho the wealthy governor of an isle. On his horse, Rocinante, a barn nag well past his prime, Don Quixote rides the roads of Spain in search of glory and grand adventure. He gives up food, shelter, and comfort, all in the name of a peasant woman, Dulcinea del Toboso, whom he envisions as a princess+-+33025942151751199ocn002365359book19140.56Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deNovelas ejemplares ...FictionColeccion Austral presenta esta nueva edicion, revisada y ampliada, de las Novelas Ejemplares, en la que Luciano Garcia Lorenzo las ha ordenado cronologicamente, prologando los dos voumenes que integran la edicion, y acercandonos, a traves de su magnifico estudio, a estas novelas cervantinas, impecables de estilo, agudisimas de observacion, testimonio inmortal de lat literatura espanola. - Inside front cover+-+54852243061723185ocn045620650book17000.63Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deThe history and adventures of the renowned Don Quixote de la ManchaJuvenile worksBiographyFictionPicaresque literatureWidely regarded as the world's first modern novel, Don Quixote chronicles the famous picaresque adventures of the noble knight-errant Don Quixote de la Mancha and his faithful squire, Sancho Panza, as they wend their way across sixteenth-century Spain. This edition reproduces the acclaimed Tobias Smollett translation; as Salman Rushdie declares, "To my mind, this is the only English rendering of the Quixote that reads like a great novel, a novel of immense daring, much wildness and many colours. It releases Don Quixote from the grey academic prison of many more recent translations, unleashing him upon the English language in all his brilliant, foolish glory." This edition also contains new endnotes.--From publisher description+-+K441020285172281ocn774295743book18190.33Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deDon Quixote de la ManchaHistoryFictionThe classic Spanish tale of humorous chivalry, depicting the exploits of a man who believes he's a knight bringing justice and truth to the world+-+27855674651590141ocn000345713book18050.70Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deLa GalateaFiction+-+4068612893140222ocn000426503book19410.31Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deThe first part of the life and achievements of the renowned Don Quixote de la ManchaFictionTells the adventures of an eccentric hidalgo who adopted the name of Don Quixote de la Mancha, when his brain had become so addled from reading too many romances on knighthood. Don Quixote has known most of the misfortunes that can befall a man and has yet remained of good humor and stout heart139029ocn002302222book19460.28Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deThe portable CervantesFictionIn 1605 the aging Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, who had known failure and grave injury as a soldier, tax collector, poet, and playwright, published the first truly modern novel, "a story filled with thoughts that never occurred to anyone else." Don Quixote, the picaresque tale of a romantic gentleman unhinged by his immersion in tales of chivalry, was disdained by Cervantes's literary betters, but it delighted common readers-as it has continued to do for more than 300 years. At once poetic and colloquial, dryly comic and unaffectedly moving, profound and bracingly down to earth, Cervantes's masterpiece demands repeated readings because it is one of those rare books that not only engages but informs the heart. The Portable Cervantes contains Don Quixote, in Samuel Putnam's acclaimed translation, substantially complete, with editorial summaries of the omitted passages; two "Exemplary Novels," Rinconete and Cortadillo and Man of Glass; and "Foot in the Stirrup," Cervantes's extraordinary farewell to life from The Troubles of Persiles and Sigismunda+-+42050659651373269ocn000220909book16160.70Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deLos trabajos de Persiles y SigismundaThis story narrates the journey that a young couple in love makes from Northern Europe, crossing the continent to reach Rome, the center of civilization and Christianity. The two are forced by the circumstances to present themselves as brother and sister, and through their journey's description, the author echoes solutions to problems from his time and other ages+-+0990612893135070ocn003412572book19450.20Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deThe adventures of Don QuixoteHistoryJuvenile worksFictionThe adventures of an idealistic country gentleman and his squire who set out, like knights of old, to search for adventure and to right wrongs+-+55659959651265104ocn000175033book16120.84Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deThe history of Don Quixote of the ManchaFiction124648ocn000346001book18660.22Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deDon Quixote of La ManchaHistoryFictionSatireThe adventures of the old Spanish knight who set out with his obese companion, Sancho, to experience the romance and glory of the knight-errant+-+325070609519664ocn000052769book19690.28Nelson, LowryCervantes : a collection of critical essaysCritical essays about Miguel de Cervantes and his creation, Don Quijote17591ocn029025194book19940.06Krull, KathleenLives of the writers : comedies, tragedies (and what the neighbors thought)Juvenile worksThe lives of twenty writers, ranging from Dickens, the Brontes, and Poe to Twain, Sandburg, and Langston Hughes, are profiled in this humorous and informative collection+-+K48207263516182ocn000874243book19740.28Durán, ManuelCervantesCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography: p. 185-186. An analysis of Cervantes' life and works showing their interrelationship15606ocn123270972file20050.53González Echevarría, RobertoLove and the law in CervantesCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+K74456558514197ocn004006940book19780.28Byron, WilliamCervantes, a biographyBiography14153ocn047010123file19950.50Gerli, E. MichaelRefiguring authority reading, writing, and rewriting in CervantesIn the prologue to Don Quixote, Cervantes maintains that his purpose in writing the work was to undo the pernicious moral and literary example of chivalric romances. Actually, argues E. Michael Gerli in this wide-ranging study, he often did much more. Cervantes and his contemporaries ceaselessly imitated one another - glossing works, dismembering and reconstructing them, writing for and against one another, while playing sophisticated games of literary one-upmanship+-+477466863532413635ocn607855922file20060.39Bandera, CesáreoThe humble story of Don Quixote reflections on the birth of the modern novelCriticism, interpretation, etc"In this original study by Cesareo Bandera, the intimate connection between the simplicity and humility of the story and its greatness is explored. Other comparisons are also made: the story of the picaresque rogue, on the one hand, and the psychological insights of the pastoral novel, on the other. Through these analyses the meaning and significance of Cervantes's novel are developed."--BOOK JACKET+-+670967863513285ocn061859553file20020.50Garcés, María AntoniaCervantes in Algiers a captive's taleHistory"Returning to Spain after fighting in the Battle of Lepanto and other Mediterranean campaigns against the Turks, the soldier Miguel de Cervantes was captured by Barbary pirates and taken captive to Algiers. The five years he spent in the Algerian bagnios or prison-houses (1575-1580) made an indelible impression on his works. From the first plays and narratives written after his release to his posthumous novel, the story of Cervantes's traumatic experience continuously speaks through his writings. Cervantes in Algiers offers a comprehensive view of his life as a slave and, particularly, of the lingering effects this traumatic experience had on his literary production."--BOOK JACKET+-+2529601735121514ocn001175408book19300.50Krutch, Joseph WoodFive masters : a study in the mutations of the novelCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography12135ocn290589324file20060.53Wagschal, StevenThe literature of jealousy in the age of CervantesCriticism, interpretation, etc"Explores the theme of jealousy in early modern Spanish literature through the works of Lope de Vega, Cervantes, and Gongora. Using the philosophical frameworks of Vives, Descartes, Freud, and DeSousa, Wagschal proposes that the theme of jealousy offered a means for working through political and cultural problems involving power"--Provided by publisher+-+5141671735324118410ocn000345708book19130.47Bell, Aubrey F. GCervantes11213ocn402677769file20090.35Haen, Theo d'International Don QuixoteCriticism, interpretation, etcEver since its appearance, Miguel de Cervantes¿ Don Quixote has exerted a powerful influence on the artistic imagination all around the world. This cross-cultural volume offers important new readings of canonical reinterpretations of the Quixote: from Unamuno to Borges, from Ortega y Gasset to Calvino, from Mark Twain to Carlos Fuentes. But to the prestigious list of well-known authors who acknowledged Cervantes¿ influence, it also adds new and surprising names, such as that of Subcomandante Marcos, who gives a Cervantine twist to his Mexican Zapatista revolution+-+783075795410561ocn019669981book19900.29Canavaggio, JeanCervantesBiography+-+276375848510339ocn000345642book19580.19Busoni, RafaelloThe man who was Don Quixote; the story of Miguel CervantesJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the sixteenth-century soldier, slave, actor, playwright, prisoner of the Spanish Inquisition, and author of Don Quixote10332ocn057414894file20030.33Mancing, HowardThe Cervantes encyclopediaEncyclopedias+-+554378868510322ocn057414957file20030.33Mancing, HowardThe Cervantes encyclopediaEncyclopedias+-+464378868510084ocn320904931file20090.47Randall, Dale B. JCervantes in seventeenth-century England the tapestry turnedCriticism, interpretation, etcThis unique work of scholarship gathers together over a thousand early-modern English references to the writings of the great Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes, not only from Don Quixote but also from his ground-breaking Novelas ejemplares. - ;Cervantes in Seventeenth-century England garners well over a thousand English references to Cervantes and his works, thus providing the fullest and most intriguing early English picture ever made of the writings of Spain's greatest writer. Besides references to the nineteen books of Cervantes's prose available to seventeenth-century English readers (inc+-+470480446510026ocn000682408book19340.39Frank, BrunoA man called CervantesFiction9874ocn000702807book19730.29Predmore, Richard LionelCervantesDramaThe American Theater in association with Jerry Hammer presents the world premiere of Richard Kiley playing "Cervantes," by Norman Corwin, also starring John Clarkson & Suzanne Toren with Brad Russell & Rhonda Saunders, associated producer Aaron Fodiman, set design and lighting by Gardner Compton, costumes by Hugh Sherrer, slides by Gardner Compton & Emile Ardolino, production manager Paul Nickolatos, assistant stage manager, George Callahan, directed by Frank Corsaro97510ocn047028717book19570.66Castro, AméricoHacia CervantesCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+2523365155+-+2523365155Fri Mar 21 15:37:03 EDT 2014batch610902