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Don Quixote dari La Mancha

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Menggambarkan keadaan dan kesibukan sang pria jatmika masyhur Don Quixote dari La Mancha

Di suatu wilayah di La Mancha, di tempat yang namanya tak begitu penting untuk kuingat, belum lama ini hiduplah seorang pria, seorang yang menyimpan lembing dan perisai tua di sebuah rak dan memelihara seekor kuda kurus dan seekor anjing balap. 2,157 more words


The Redemptive Eyes of Don Quixote by Glynn Young

It is said that the novel The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes should be read three times – youth, middle age, and old age. 857 more words


Review: Don Quixote by Cervantes

This week’s throwback Thursday has apparently sold more copies than any other book in history – it’s Cervantes’s Don Quixote.

The plot is pretty thin here to say the least: A Spanish hidalgo reads too many books about knights and chivalry, goes a bit crazy, believes himself to be some kind of knight errant in the mould of Sir Lancelot, ropes in the naive Sancho Panza to be his squire, and tours the countryside looking for adventures. 139 more words


Best translations of non-English classics of literature

If you are an avid reader then you might know that English isn’t the only language in which great books  have been written. A number of them have also been written in languages other than English. 1,332 more words

What Caused Me to Love Classical Literature?

Well, as some may know that this summer I am reading Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens. But what exactly is about the classics that makes me love them so much. 1,005 more words


Don Quijote de la Mancha

En un lugar de la Mancha…

When I picked up El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha by Cervantes last week and opened it on the first page (okay, in my edition that would be page 113), and read, 1,089 more words


Half the victory

“Forewarned, forearmed; to be prepared is half the victory.” Miguel De Cervantes