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The adventures of Don Quixote / by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra ; translated by J.M. Cohen.

; Cohen, J. M. (John Michael), 1903-1989, translator
Harmondsworth, Middlesex : Penguin Books, 1950.
ISBN 0140440100, 9780140440102

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George Washington
Gelman stacks
PQ 6329 .A2 1950 Available Request
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PQ6329 .A3 1950 Available Request
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LIB stacks
PQ6329 .A2 1950 Available Request
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Founders Library stacks
PQ6329 A2 1950 Available Request
Standard Title Don Quixote. English
Other Title Don Quixote
Other Authors Cohen, J. M. 1903-1989,
Subjects Don Quixote (Fictitious character)
Don Quixote (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Knights and knighthood -- Spain -- Fiction.
Knights and knighthood.
Quests -- Fiction.
Spain -- Fiction.
Spain -- History -- 16th century -- Fiction.
Spain.
Squires -- Spain -- Fiction.
Series Penguin classics ; L10.
Description 940 pages ; 19 cm.
Copyright Date 1950.
Notes A novel.
Translation of: El ingenioso hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha.
Also issued online.
Summary The adventures of an idealistic country gentleman and his squire who set out, like knights of old, to search for adventure and to right wrongs.
Contents The Adventures of Don Quixote -- The character of the knight -- His first expedition -- He attains knighthood -- An adventure on leaving the inn -- The knight's misfortunes continue -- The inquisition in the library -- His second expedition -- The adventure of the windmills -- The battle with the gallant Basque -- A conversation with Sancho -- His meeting with the goatherds -- The goatherd's story -- The conclusion of the story -- The dead shepherd's verses et cetera -- The meeting with the Yanguesans -- The inn which he took for a castle -- More misadventures at the inn -- A second conversation with Sancho, et cetera -- The adventure with a corpse -- A tremendous exploit achieved -- The winning of Mambrino's helmet -- The liberation of the galley slaves -- An adventure in the Sierra Morena -- The same adventure continued -- The knight's penitence -- More extravagancies in the Sierra Morena -- The priest and the barber ride out -- Their adventure in the mountains -- They rescue the knight -- The fair Dorothea's trick -- Another conversation with Sancho -- Adventures at the inn -- The Tale of Foolish Curiosity -- The tale continued -- The battle with the wineskins and the end of the tale -- Further adventures at the inn -- The princess Micomicona and other matters -- A discourse on arms and learning -- The Captive's tale -- The Captive's tale continued -- The Captive's tale concluded -- Yet more adventures at the inn -- The mule boy and other matters -- Adventures continue at the inn -- The truth about Mambrino's helmet -- Of Sancho's suspicions and other matters -- The knight is enchanted -- The canon on books of chivalry -- Sancho talks with his master -- Don Quixote argues with the canon -- The goatherd's tale -- The last adventure -- The Author's Dedication of the Second Part -- The priest, the barber and the knight -- The housekeeper, the niece and the squire -- The knight, the squire and the bachelor -- Sancho answers the bachelor -- Sancho and his wife -- An important chapter -- The knight and his squire -- In search of Dulcinea -- At El Toboso -- Dulcinea enchanted -- The chariot of death -- The Knight of the Mirrors -- The Knight of the Wood and the squires' conversation -- The adventure continued -- The knight's identity revealed -- The gentleman in green -- The adventure of the lions -- A visit to the gentleman in green -- The loving shepherd -- Camacho's wedding -- Camacho's wedding continues -- The cave of Montesinos -- The knight's vision -- Meetings on the road -- The prophesying ape -- The puppet show -- The braying adventure -- Concerning a squire's wages -- The enchanted bark -- The fair huntress -- The squire, the duchess and the waiting-woman -- The knight defends himself -- Sancho talks to the duchess -- The arrival of the enchanters -- How Dulcinea is to be disenchanted -- The Countess Trifaldi and Sancho's letter -- The adventure with the Countess continued -- The Countess's sad story -- The Countess's sad story continued.
Genre Fiction.
History.
Geographic Area Spain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3412572
(OCoLC)ocm03412572
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, 1547-1616,
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