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Miguel De Cervantes (Bloom's Modern Critical Views)


Credited with having written one of the first "novels", Cerventes' masterwork Don Quixote continues to inspire and was recently released in a new translation.


Introduction / Harold Bloom 
Knighthood compromised / Howard Mancing 
Madness and mystery : the exemplarity of Cervantes's Novelas ejemplares / Alban K. Forcione 
Ideals and illusions / E.C. Riley 
Don Quixote, Ulysses, and the idea of realism / Terrence Doody
Cervantes and the novelization of drama : tradition and innovation in the Entremeses / Cory A. Reed 
Plot and agency / Diana de Armas Wilson
Poetry as autobiography / Nicholas Spadaccini and Jenaro Talens 
The Galatea / Dominick Finello 
Don Quixote of La Mancha / Ian Watt --
The two projects of the Quixote and the grotesque as mode / Henry W. Sullivan
Picaresque elements in Cervantes's works / Manuel Duran 
Introduction to Don Quixote / Roberto González Echevarría
Cervantes's method and meaning / David Quint

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