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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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El teatro de Miguel de Cervantes ante el IV Centenario: V Congreso Internacional de Poetica del Teatro, 17-19 diciembre 2003.
In 1995, the UNESCO decided that the world book and Copyright Day would be celebrated on this date because of the Catalonia festival and because it was also the anniversary of the birth and death of William Shakespeare, the death of Miguel de Cervantes, Inca Garcilaso de la,Vega and Joseph Pla and the birth of Maurice Druon, manuel Mejia Vallejo and Halldor Laxness.
La primera de ellas ilustra la ruta seguida por Miguel de Cervantes en su agitada vida y se trata de un mapa realizado por Martin Ferreiro en 1880 con el nombre de Bosquejo de los viajes de Cervantes desde su primer viaje a Roma hasta los ultimos como correo al norte de Africa.
He was the one -- the one and only Miguel de Cervantes, the creator of Don Quixote.
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.
April 23 marks the anniversary of the birth, or death of a range of well-known writers, including Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, Maurice Druon, Inca Garcilaso de la Vega, Haldor Kiljan Laxness, Manuel Meja Vallejo, Vladimir Nabokov, Josep Pla and William Shakespeare.
According to the Guardian, King Juan Carlos will present the award to Marse in Alcala de Henares, the birthplace of Miguel de Cervantes, who wrote Don Quixote.
There are only two families in the world, the Haves and the Haven'ts," wrote Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616) at a time he viewed as "no golden age" in his native Spain (1).
Apologia de Miguel de Cervantes sobre losyerros que se le han notado en el Quijote.
In his works he includes possibly autobiographical passages showing the fictional speaker bleeding from beatings received at the hands of his masters; and several contemporary witnesses attest to Cervantes' sufferings in captivity and his Christian stead-fastness (see the most recent and thoroughly documented biography: Krzysztof Sliwa's Vida de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra).
A MAN OF LA MANCHA - the story of Don Quixote and his creator Miguel de Cervantes - was first staged in 1965 with Richard Kiley in the lead role and he was the first to record The Impossible Dream when the show transferred to Broadway in 1968.