Miguel de Cervantes

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Spanish writer best remembered for 'Don Quixote' which satirizes chivalry and influenced the development of the novel form (1547-1616)

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The author's sister, Luisa de Cervantes, was buried in a convent in Alcala de Henares 19 miles east of Madrid, where she was interred in 1623.
Miguel de Cervantes was a Spanish novelist, poet and playwright whose masterpiece, "Don Quixote," is known as a classic of Western literature.
Apuntes sobre un motivo en la literatura espanola de Cervantes a garcia Lorca.
On April 23, 1616, William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes slipped off what Will would have called their mortal coils.
Widely considered the most popular Spanish-language writer since Miguel de Cervantes in the 17th century, Garcia Marquez achieved literary celebrity which led to comparisons to Mark Twain and Charles Dickens.
In the novel under scrutiny, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra is, at the very least, co-protagonist of the critical venture, for it is through the lens of the creator that the processes--literary, socio-historical, political, and analytical--move forward.
PU VC Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran told here Sunday that the connection between April 23 and books was first made in 1923 by booksellers in Spain as a way to honour the author Miguel de Cervantes, who died on that day.
50 Wolverhampton The novel Don Quixote was written by Miguel de Cervantes and published in two volumes a decade apart (in 1605 and 1615).
such as the Miguel de Cervantes prize recognizing lifetime achievement
Sobreviveu mesmo ao Dom Quixote de Cervantes, que interpretou o problema da maneira mais perfeita.
And you can't miss the deadly duo in Toledo, where their creator Migel de Cervantes once lived and from where the Don began his adventures.
Spain's King Juan Carlos presents the award each year on April 23 in Alcala de Henares, the birthplace of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, the author of "Don Quixote" and Spain's greatest literary figure.
de CERVANTES, Miguel (text) Martin Jenkins (reteller) Chris Riddell (illus.
These lectures deal with "three masters" of Spanish letters: Miguel de Cervantes, Jorge Luis Borges, and Jos6 Ortega y Gasser.
A time capsule discovered underneath an 1834 statue of Don Quixote author Miguel de Cervantes is to be replaced with a new one.