Don quixote book questions and answers
Salamanca 2. Cervantes called Lope de Vega monstruo de naturaleza a monster of nature in the prologue to his Ocho comedias y ocho entremeses nunca representados. El Greco Although there are numerous portraits and engravings alleged to depict Cervantes, none are considered authentic. Cervantes was passionate about pastoral romances, as evidenced by his own La Galatea Shakespeare knew Don Quixote. With Fletcher he penned the now lost play, The History of Cardenio, based on an episode from the first part of Don Quiixote. The Prado, of course, did not open as a public museum until the 18th century.
See Featured Authors Answering Questions. To ask other readers questions about The Adventures of Don Quixote , please sign up. Answered Questions Is there anybody who remember the name of Don Quixote sword? I can't fint it and it's make me crazy! Brent Hudson This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [Excaliberto, I believe it was. Is this translation good?
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