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How Reading Teaches Me A Lot About Self-Commitment

Currently, I am reading ‘Thrawn Janet’, still by Robert Louis Stevenson. It has been taking me a few weeks for reading the short story which is just less than 20 pages. 468 more words

Literature

400 Anniversary of Miguel de Cervantes

Stepping into the post office in Valencia, I discovered not only an old and beautiful building, but an interesting surprise inside. There, in the midsts of people standing in lines to the windows, was displayed a collection of art in the form of postage stamps commemorating the life and achievements of Miguel de Cervantes and his most famous book Don Quichote. 27 more words

Photography

Editing

“No fathers or mothers think their own children ugly; and this self-deceit is yet stronger with respect to the offspring of the mind.” -Miguel de Cervantes… 281 more words

Women And Writing

Let's Get Literal - Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes

List Item: Read 100 of the greatest works of fiction
Progress: 32/100Title: Don Quixote
Author: Miguel de Cervantes
Year: 1605-1615
Country: Spain

It took me a month to finish both parts of  656 more words

In Progress

Don Quixote

This past week, I finished one of the novels that’s been on my to-read list for a long time: Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes. … 511 more words

Books

New Unit: Absolute Monarchs

This week we will begin a new Unit- Absolute Monarchs of Europe. Starting with the 16th Century we will examine the monarchs of Europe as they struggled to maintain their absolute hold on power. 115 more words

Monarchs Of Europe

366 days of gratitude

Our first stop on our first visit to Spain was in Toledo in La Mancha, close to which Don Quijote (or Quixote) and his squire Sancho Panza travelled. 64 more words