Miguel Cervantes best works
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Miguel Cervantes' books need no introduction. This world-famous classic of literature. His works have been translated into more than 60 languages, and the total circulation of his books simply cannot be counted. Cervantes's novel Don Quixote is read all over the world and has become the poet's and prose writer's work that carried his name through the ages. Miguel Cervantes was the fourth child in the family of a ruined nobleman of Spain. Little is known about his childhood and there is no reliable data on the place where he studied. It is only known that he soon moved to Rome, and at 23 was enrolled in the Marine Regiment.
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The cunning hidalgo Don Quixote of La Mancha What can we say about Miguel Cervantes' best novel that wouldn't have been said? "Don Quixote" is four hundred years old and almost all this time it is in the top ten greatest scribendi books of mankind. And the Nobel Institute has declared it the best work of fiction in the history of world literature. Conceived as a parody of knightly novels - a fantasy of the time - "Don Quixote" absorbed all layers of Renaissance literature. Moorish novels, a rascal novel, Spanish romances, poems of the Italian Renaissance - everything is reflected in this great work. In turn, Cervantes' masterpiece had a huge impact on the development of world literature and art - it is no accident Vladimir Nabokov argued that "reading other novelists, with Don Quixote, we in some sense will not part for a minute. But the most important thing is that even four hundred years later Don Quixote remains a bloody fascinating reading! In 1855, the outstanding French illustrator Gustave Dore went to Spain, the birthplace of "the glorious knight, to convey the local flavor and see the places that he praised for his exploits. The artist's cycle of illustrations, published in 1863, continues to this day to adorn more and more reissues of Cervantes' novel in many languages. Enlightening novels "The edifying novels are undoubtedly the most significant of Cervantes' works after Don Quixote. In their artistic maturity they are not inferior to the famous novel. Their popularity is great, their echoes we find in many works of later European literature. They depict the Spanish reality in its contrasts: in some novels given the life of the noble and rich, the life of the Spanish nobility, in others - the life of Spanish tramps, life of taverns and brothels. Gypsy Novella of the world-famous Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547-1616), primarily known as the author of one of the greatest works of world literature - the novel "The ingenious hidalgo Don Quixote La Mancha". Cervantes himself wrote that "useful and delicious food can be extracted both from all the novels, taken together, and from each individually. Almost the most popular novel is Tsyganochka. "It seems that Gypsies and Gypsies were born in the world only to be thieves: from thieves they are born, among thieves grow up, thieves are trained and finally come out experienced, on all legs horseshoe thieves, so that the attraction to theft and the most theft is as if inseparable from them, signs that disappear only with death. And here is one of this tribe, the old Gypsy, who could celebrate an anniversary in the science of Kaka, brought up under the guise of his granddaughter girl, who gave the name of Preciosa and who taught all the gypsy grabbing, deceptive techniques and thieving skill.
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