Moby Dick anyone?
- ALONSO QUIJANO O EL RELATIVISMO INMUTABLE. GOLDMAN, Silvia // RILCE. Revista de FilologÃa HispÃ¡nica;2008, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p323
Marshall McLuhan, author of "The Gutenberg Galaxy", maintains that with the coming of each new technology, man is urged to reinvent his humanity. With the advent of printing, medieval man was compelled to reinvent his, and this reinvention would find its best expression in Don Quixote. His split...
- The Immaterial Book: Reading and Romance in Early Modern England. Simons, Penny // Clio;Summer2015, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p374
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- Book. Scanlon, Donna L. // School Library Journal;Feb96, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p105
Reviews the book `Don Quixote,' by Miguel De Cervantes.
- Books for youth: Books for middle readers. Phelan, Carolyn // Booklist;2/1/96, Vol. 92 Issue 11, p932
Reviews the book `Don Quixote,' by Michael Harrison and Victor G. Ambrus.
- Don Quixote De La Mancha // Magill Book Reviews;
This classic tale of the insane, self-styled knight-errant provides a satirical view of the author's society and has inspired other writers for more than three centuries.
- Book review. Welton, A.; Jones, T.E. // School Library Journal;Jan92, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p108
Reviews the book `Don Quixote,` by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, translated and adapted by Magda Bogin.
- Book review: Grades 3-6. Gregory, Helen // School Library Journal;May93, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p103
Reviews the book `Don Quixote,' by Miguel de Cervantes, retold and illustrated by Marcia Williams.
- Don Quijote o la invenciÃ³n del lector. Martínez, Gustavo // Humanidades: Revista de la Universidad de Montevideo;Dec2005, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p43
The ways in which the author of Don Quijote de la Mancha both integrates the various forms of fiction into his text, and clarifies the techniques by means of which his novel is constructed, are analyzed here from the point of view of the Reception Theory. The characters are revealed as readers,...
- Sunblock Yes, Mind Block No. Olasky, Marvin // Human Events;7/21/2003, Vol. 59 Issue 24, p35
Suggests a number of books to read during the summer season. 'Antigone,' by Sophocles; 'Don Quixote,' by Miguel de Cervantes; 'Pilgrim's Progress,' by John Bunyan.