This Casebook Gathers A Collection Of Ambitious Essays About Both Parts Of The Novel 1605 And 1615 And Also Provides A General Introduction And A Bibliography The Essays Range From Ramon Menendez Pidal S Seminal Study Of How Cervantes Dealt With Chivalric Literature To Erich Auerbachs Polemical Study Of Don Quixote As Essentially A Comic Book By Studying Its Mixture Of Styles, And Include Leo Spitzer S Masterful Probe Into The Essential Ambiguity Of The Novel Through Minute Linguistic Analysis Of Cervantes Prose The Book Includes Pieces By Other Major Cervantes Scholars, Such As Manuel Duran And Edward C Riley, As Well As Younger Scholars Like Georgina Dopico Black All These Essays Ultimately Seek To Discover That Which Is Peculiarly Cervantean In Don Quixote And Why It Is Considered To Be The First Modern Novel.
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- Cervantes' Don Quixote: A Casebook (Casebooks in Criticism)
- Roberto González Echevarría
- 06 October 2019 Roberto González Echevarría