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Additional Resources for Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes

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For Further Study

Jean Canavaggio, Cervantes, translated by J. R. Jones, W. W. Norton, 1990.

Originally published in Paris, this biography of Cervantes is considered one of the best. Also contains bibliographical references.

Brenda Knox and Joe Main, Don Quixote de la Mancha Exhibit, at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library at the Johns Hopkins University, http://milton.mse.jhu.edu:8006/tour1.html.

The Don Quixote Exhibit contains historical illustrations of the novel and some background information.

Felix Martinez-Bonati, in Don Quixote and the Poetics of the Novel, translated by Dian Fox, Cornell University Press, 1992.

This critical work examines past criticism and trends for reading Don Quixote.

Melveena McKendrick, in Cervantes, Little Brown, 1980.

A comprehensive biography of Cervantes.

Ian Watt, Myths of Modern Individualism: Faust, Don Quixote, Don Juan, Robinson Crusoe, Cambridge University Press, London, 1997.

Watt examines four hero archetypes of the modern West: Faust, Don Juan, Don Quixote, and Robinson Crusoe...

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