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The Effects of Style in Don Quixote

Summary: The following presents a very detailed paper of the style used by cervantes in writing the book "Don Quixote."
Cervantes, the author of Don Quixote, uses many different stylistic elements to make the readers better understand his novel. Each of these elements serves a specific purpose. The organization and structure of the novel provides for the false authenticity of readers' thinking that the novel is based on reality and is non-fiction. In Mckendrick's biography of Don Quixote, she indicates that "Don Quixote is considered a profound delineation of two conflicting Attitudes toward the world: idealism and realism" (Mckendrick 214). Cervantes uses a complex narrative to make the boundary between idealism and realism very elusive. This style while showing the complexity of his narration also shows the complexity of Don Quixote as a character. The usage of foreshadowing by Cervantes provides the readers with the realization that the novel is fiction. The tones used by the characters in the novel also aid the readers...

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