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Carthage goes back in time with ‘Man of La Mancha’

Carthage College presents the Tony-Award winning musical “Man of La Mancha,” inspired by Miguel de Cervantes’ beloved Spanish novel “Don Quixote.”

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Society And Culture

Dalla Catalogna, l'ultima impresa di San Giorgio: la giornata mondiale del libro

San Giorgio, Miguel de Cervantes, William Shakespeare e Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. Leggende e grandi scrittori si incontrano il 23 aprile ogni anno per ricordare al mondo l’importanza della lettura. 513 more words

Eventi Letterari

Queen Letizia and King Felipe VI delivered Award "Miguel de Cervantes" 2014

In his speech, the  king  said that “as in the case of Cervantes, the novel Goytisolo overflows classical narrative structures consistent with his belief that the novel is a genre” omnivore “comprising other genres literary “while stressing that” the work of Juan Goytisolo is now recognized in Latin America for his contribution to this common heritage that is literature in Spanish language. 226 more words

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“Books to the ceiling, Books to the sky, My pile of books is a mile high."*

Did you know that today is World Book Day? Me neither.

According to Wikipedia, the connection between 23 April and books was first made in 1923 by booksellers in Catalonia as a way to honor the author Miguel de Cervantes, who died on this date. 435 more words

I should have let Don Quixote come up with my username

I’ve just starred Don Quixote, as I was inspired to read it by Nik Kershaw and his song of the same name (or that’s a lie, I didn’t know the song existed until… 290 more words

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Há quase um ano que os arqueólogos e especialistas forenses procuram no Convento das Trinitárias Descalças, em Madrid, o túmulo de Cervantes (1547-1616), o autor de D. 64 more words

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