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The Story of an Impertinent Curiosity (Part 2) – Don Quixote

This week in Wednesday’s literature piece we continue with Miguel De Cervantes ‘The Story of an Impertinent Curiosity‘ Part 2 (Chapter XXXIV). The story tells of a man Anselmo who depends entirely on tested experience as a way to determine

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The Story of an Impertinent Curiosity (Part 1) – Don Quixote

This week in Wednesday’s literature piece we turn our attention back to Don Quixote. You can familiarise yourself with this most influential work of literature by reading Don Quixote – Miguel de Cervantes (Introduction). The next few Wednesdays will be dedicated

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Don Quixote – At the inn which he mistook as a castle

The illustrations which will be shown in this Don Quixote book series come from the hand of Gustave Dore. This french artist was a child prodigy by the age of 5 and the illustrations he made for Don Quixote editions

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Don Quixote – Miguel de Cervantes (Introduction)

I am currently reading Don Quixote. It was recommended to me by the bookstore clerk who stated it was the greatest book in Spanish literature. His opinion isn’t without company as wikipedia affirms that Don Quixote is the most influential

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