Cervantes


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Cervantes

Miguel de , full surname Cervantes Saavedra. 1547--1616, Spanish dramatist, poet, and prose writer, most famous for Don Quixote (1605), which satirizes the chivalric romances and greatly influenced the development of the novel
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L'artiste y donnera un concert le 27 octobre a la Bibliotheque Nationale de Rabat a 19h00, et le 28 octobre a l'Institut Cervantes de Casablanca, a 20h00.
Nearly 400 years after his death, the quest to find Cervantes had led Spanish scientists deep into the sub-soil of a 17th century convent.
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.
There are many translated works of Spanish writers in Persian, particularly the works of Cervantes, but few Persian literary works have been translated into Spanish.
Syria is the victim of the takfiri terrorism and misleading media," Cervantes said, rejecting the unfair economic sanctions imposed on the Syrian people for increasing their suffering and undermining their resilience.
Though Cervantes is much more interested in critiquing arranged marriages between an old man and a young woman in his two entremeses that feature vejetes, he nonetheless constructs his old men to also ridicule masculine anxieties, particularly sexual virility.
In "The Latin Girl Speaks of Rivers," Cervantes channels Langston Hughes when she writes the story of Woman.
Cervantes had been wounded in battle and spent years captive in Algiers.
He examines the representation of dogs and their symbolic significance in the works of Cervantes and Velazquez and studies the relationships between humans and dogs as a cultural lens.
The point is mostly that Cervantes really undertook what he announced: a book that would be an epic in prose, thus "competing" with Heliodorus, and that he succeeded in this task, putting to rest Cervantes' own misgivings about his impossible enterprise, as stated in--for instance his prologue to the Novelas ejemplares.
Ding Cervantes, a correspondent for the broadsheet daily Philippine Star, had been receiving threatening text messages as well as other forms of intimidation, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) said.