Additional Resources for The Centaur by José Saramago

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Bloom, Harold, ed., José Saramago, Chelsea House Publishers, 2005.

This collection contains an introduction by literary critic Harold Bloom and several scholarly essays by various critics on the author's works, focusing mostly on the major novels.

Bulfinch, Thomas, Bulfinch's Mythology, Modern Library, 1998.

During the nineteenth century, Bulfinch studied and retold the myths of Greek, Roman, and other cultures in several volumes, three of which have been collected in this useful book, which provides a handy reference to ancient myths, including those of the centaurs.

Cervantes, Miguel de, Don Quixote, Ecco, 2003.

Translated from the Spanish by Edith Grossman, this classic novel tells the adventures of Don Quixote, a romantic and idealistic knight, and his loyal squire Sancho Panza.

Gordimer, Nadine, ed., Telling Tales, Picador, 2004.

Edited by South African Nobel laureate Gordimer, this anthology comprises short stories by a diverse array of writers from around the world...

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