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The History of Don Quixote Excerpt From The History Of Don QuixoteA Few Sonnets, Of No Particular Brilliancy, Are The Only Literary Productions Of Which We Have Any Trace As Having Been Written By Cervantes During This Period From His Departure From Seville In 1598, To His Settlement In Valladolid In 1603, We May Conclude, In The Absence Of Any Reliable Or Accurate Information, That Cervantes Was Still Engaged In Tax Collecting And Similar Work, As Well For Private Individuals As For Public And Corporate Functionaries There Is No Reason To Doubt That He Was On One Occasion Employed Thus By The Prior Of The Order Of St John In La Mancha, And That Having Attempted To Perform His Duties In The Village Of Argamasilla, He Was Ill Treated By The Inhabitants, And Finally Thrown Into Prison With This Incident Is Connected The Scene Of His Illustrious Knight Don Quixote De La Mancha S Early Adventures.Bai Ly In 160 3 Cervantes, In Obedience To A Summons From The Revenue Authorities, Arrived At Valladolid, Whither The Court Had Removed Some Eighteen Months Previously During This Period Cervantes Was Engaged Upon The First Part Of His Don Quixote, Which Was Licensed At Valladolid In The Year After His Arrival There, And Printed The Following Year 1605 At Madrid In 1606 The Court Went To Madrid Cervantes Returned There Also, And Resided In Various Parts Of That Capital Until His Death There Is No Doubt That Cervantes Was, During His Residence Here, Acquainted With His Illustrious Contemporary, Lope De Vega But Between The Suffering And Neglected Cervantes And His Prosperous Contemporary There Can Scarcely Be Said To Have Existed A Friendship The Kindly And Generous Nature Of Cervantes Was Ever Ready To Recognise And Laud The Genius Of His Brother Poet And Dramatist These Feelings, However, Were Not Reciprocated By Lo Pe, Who Speaks Occasionally Of Cervantes With A Contemptuous Sarcasm, Which, We Cannot Avoid Thinking, Was The Offspring Of An Ungenerous And Jealous Nature.About The PublisherForgotten Books Publishes Hundreds Of Thousands Of Rare And Classic Books Find At Www.forgottenbooks.comThis Book Is A Reproduction Of An Important Historical Work Forgotten Books Uses State Of The Art Technology To Digitally Reconstruct The Work, Preserving The Original Format Whilst Repairing Imperfections Present In The Aged Copy In Rare Cases, An Imperfection In The Original, Such As A Blemish Or Missing Page, May Be Replicated In Our Edition We Do, However, Repair The Vast Majority Of Imperfections Successfully Any Imperfections That Remain Are Intentionally Left To Preserve The State Of Such Historical Works.

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  • Hardcover
  • 908 pages
  • The History of Don Quixote
  • Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
  • 13 December 2017
  • 0656329211

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  1. says:

    Vou ainda falar vos do ltimo cl ssico editado pela Guerra e Paz que foi o Dom Quixote de la Mancha Tinha ouvido falar desta hist ria, mas nunca tinha sido um cl ssico que tivesse na lista para ler Assim que soube que a editora iria lan ar uma vers o deste cl ssico, mas mais louca decidi que precisava de ler por isto que adoro esta cole o mesmo que n o tenhamos interesse nestes cl ssicos, ap s a leitura destes livros magn ficos ficamos t o apaixonados que s queremos ler o cl ssico A for Vou ainda falar vos do ltimo cl ssico editado pela Guerra e Paz que foi o Dom Quixote de la Mancha Tinha ouvido falar desta hist ria, mas nunca tinha sido um cl ssico que tivesse na lista para ler Assim que soube que a editora iria lan ar uma vers o deste cl ssico, mas mais louca decidi que precisava de ler por isto que adoro esta cole o mesmo que n o tenhamos interesse nestes cl ssicos, ap s a leitura destes livros magn ficos ficamos t o apaixonados que s queremos ler o cl ssico A forma como conseguem influenciar a leitura de cl ssicos impressionante.Na minha mais sincera opini o n o vejo outra melhor forma de influenciar a leitura de cl ssicos do que esta cole o Deveria colocar esta cole o nas escolas para os mais novos terem pelo menos a oportunidade de os folhear e ver como os cl ssicos pode...


  2. says:

    I d never read Don Quixote and felt it was time There are many translations but I read the one by Edith Grossman which I found extremely well written This 1000 page book isn t for the faint of heart, but I heartily recommend it Lionel Trilling said It can be said that all prose fiction is a variation on the theme of Don Quixote not sure if that s true but it was written in the early 1600s, and Cervantes wrote at the same time of Shakespeare Many great writers, including Turgenev, have wr I d never read Don Quixote and felt it was time There are many translations but I read the one by Edith Grossman which I found extremely well written This 1000 page book isn t for the faint of heart, but I heartily recommend it Lionel Trilling said It can be said that all prose fiction is a variation on the theme of Don Quixote not sure if that s true but it was written in the early 1600s, and Cervantes wrote at the same time of Shakespeare Many great writers, including Turgenev, have written treatises on the similarities of Don Quixote and Hamletsomething to follow up on Kafka has written that Sancho Panzo isof a central character than Don Quixotesomething else to delve into Couple of quotes Once again the father and son were astonished by the mixed speech of Don Quixote, sometimes intelligent and sometimes utterly foolish, and by the persistenc...


  3. says:

    How can I rate this book poorly It amazes me how this book has stood the test of time It also makes me curious about all the infamous or famous books of chivalry that are mentioned so often in the text I read the first volume and just couldn t get through the second one This book is wild I ve never read anything like it It s hilarious, irreverent, bizarre and there s a freshness to it even thought it s so old However, it was hard for me to get through I found the language very flowery a How can I rate this book poorly It amazes me how this book has stood the test of time It also makes me curious about all the infamous or famous books of chivalry that are mentioned so often in the text I read the first volume and just couldn t get through the second one This book is wild I ve never read anything like it It s hilarious, irreverent, bizarre and there s a fr...


  4. says:

    Desde que le por primera vez esta novela a los 12 a os y no le entend casi ni papa hasta la actual cuarta lectura, me ha parecido Sancho el verdadero y sufrido h roe de la trama Supongo que echarse un clavado en la locura...


  5. says:

    Sin duda, el mejor libro de todo el a o hasta ahora Fue gracias a la iniciativa Cervantes2018 que, dejando de lado mis prejuicios, me embarqu en la vida del Caballero de la Triste Figura y de su escudero Sancho Panza Una aventura, por ciert...


  6. says:

    I can t really say anything that hasn t been said about this book I will say, when you do read it, get this translation.


  7. says:

    Translation by Edith Grossman, introduction by Harold Bloom I m not sure what to say about this nearly 1,000 page book that sthan 400 years old except that it stands the test of time Grossman s translation is wonderful and easy to read, and the introduction by Harold Bloom puts it in historical context and clarifies some of the themes about the decline of Spain in the early 1600s and Cervantes theories and feelings about literature My only regret is that my Spanish isn t good enough to Translation by Edith Grossman, introduction by Harold Bloom I m not sure what to say about this nearly 1,000 page book that sthan 400 years old except that it stands the test of time Grossman s translation is wonderful and easy to read, and the introduction by Harold Bloom puts it in historical context and clarifies some of the themes about the decline of Spain in the early 1600s and Cervantes theories and feelings about literature My only regret is that my Spanish isn t good enough to read in the original, because some of the p...


  8. says:

    No fue hacia el final del primer volumen que es el que he le do que me di cuenta de la gran obra que esta era, no se trata de una historia cualquiera que se disfrute por solo ser eso una historia Sino mas bien trata de una de parodia, una caricaturizaci n de valores caballeristicos que ocultan un verdadero y lucido retrato de los ideales de los mi...


  9. says:

    Even though it has been considered the best fiction masterpiece of all times in 2002, I got a little bit disappointed when I reached the end of the book Besides being a humorous story, I found it hard to understand the author s message.


  10. says:

    The most recent translation I ve read I haven t gone back to compare with earlier versions, but I did enjoy Grossman and I like having VI II in one nicely bound volume Don Quixote is the headwaters of the novel and I like to revisit.

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