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El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha

Desde hace un par de años tenía en mi estantería de “libros a leer con prioridad” una edición de bolsillo con las dos partes de “El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha” publicada por la Casa del Libro en 2004 con motivo del cuarto centenario de la publicación de la primera parte (1605). 963 more words

Books

Tilting at Windmills

At this point they came in sight of thirty forty windmills that there are on plain, and as soon as Don Quixote saw them he said to his squire, “Fortune is arranging matters for us better than we could have shaped our desires ourselves, for look there, friend Sancho Panza, where thirty or more monstrous giants present themselves, all of whom I mean to engage in battle and slay, and with whose spoils we shall begin to make our fortunes; for this is righteous warfare, and it is God’s good service to sweep so evil a breed from off the face of the earth.” 436 more words

Don Quixote - Who Will Love Him, Who?

The Man of La Mancha, an Ingenious Gentleman
a knight-errant

who is Don Quixote,

who is Alonso Quixano,

and who is also Don Quijote,

and tío… 164 more words

My Poems/Mis Poemas

In name of Humanity (?)

Io mi chiedo talvolta quale sia lo scopo di tutto questo.

Dove stia il senso, l’equilibrio e la giustizia.

Non accetterò mai che non ci siano. 313 more words

Pensieri

Quixote (Habana 45)

William Shakespeare is probably the greatest writer that England has produced; more than that he is probably the greatest ever writer in the English language. Curiously he had a Spanish contemporary of similar stature, and in the same way that Shakespeare is revered not just in the UK, but also in the US, so Miguel de Cervantes is honoured in Cuba. 374 more words

Photography

Cuban Photo Show in Charlottetown

What and Who: See and hear four perspectives on the February 2016 Havana Photo Workshop attended by members of the PEI Photography Club. Each will present 20 minutes of their photos. 61 more words

Art

Fighting Melancholia: What Don Quixote Teaches Us, by Françoise Davoine

The Therapist as Therapon: A Healing Sancho Panzo

The success of Cervantes’ classic novel Don Quixote – reputed to be the second bestselling book after the Bible – is no doubt due in large part to the author’s remarkable skill in telling a story, as he puts it, “to fight melancholia”. 1,244 more words

Psychoanalysis