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Don Quixote [Part 2 of 2] (1615)

by Miguel de Cervantes

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Series: Don Quixote (2)

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Based on the original manuscript, this book also contains the proper iconography of the literary work. It includes an introduction accompanied by a biography & a critical study of the work, the complete text, footnotes at the bottom of each page, glossary, illustrations of the original text, two bibliographies, & an index.… (more)
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'There is nothing in life more powerful than this piece of fiction. It is still the final and the greatest expression of human thought, the most bitter irony that a human is capable of expressing; and if the world came to an end and people were asked somewhere there: ‘Well, did you understand anything about your life on earth and draw any conclusion from it?’ a person could silently hand over Don Quixote. ‘Here is my conclusion about life. Can you condemn me for it?' [Diary of a Writer] ( )
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Miguel de Cervantesprimary authorall editionscalculated
Doré, GustaveIllustratorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Gaos, VicenteEditorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Janssen, JacquesDesignersecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Pol, Barber van deTranslatorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Riquer, Martín deEditorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Schulman, AlineTraductionsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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PROLOGUE AU LECTEUR

Dieu me pardonne! avec quelle impatience, lecteur, que tu sois noble ou plébéien, tu dois attendre ce prologue, espérant y trouver reproches, ripostes et représailles contre l’auteur du second Don Quichotte – je veux dire de celui qui a vu le jour à Tarragone, d’un père qui serait né à Tordesillas. [...]
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En envoyant il y a quelques jours à Votre Excellence mes pièces de théâtre, imprimées avant d’être jouées, je lui annonçais, si je m’en souviens bien, que don Quichotte chaussait ses éperons et s’apprêtait à venir rendre hommage à Votre Excellence; et maintenant je dis qu’il les a chaussés et s’est mis en route. [...]
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Des entretiens qu’eurent le curé et le barbier avec don Quichotte au sujet de sa maladie

SIDI AHMED BENENGELI raconte, pour commencer la deuxième partie de cette histoire – et troisième sortie de don Quichotte –, que le curé et le barbier restèrent près d’un mois sans voir celui-ci, craignant que leur présence ne lui remît en mémoire ses récentes mésaventures. [...]
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Based on the original manuscript, this book also contains the proper iconography of the literary work. It includes an introduction accompanied by a biography & a critical study of the work, the complete text, footnotes at the bottom of each page, glossary, illustrations of the original text, two bibliographies, & an index.

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