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The adventures of Don Quixote

Author: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra; J M Cohen
Publisher: Harmondsworth, Middlesex : Penguin Books, 1950.
Series: Penguin classics, L10.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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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.
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Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, 1547-1616.
Adventures of Don Quixote.
Harmondsworth, Eng. ; New York : Penguin Books, 1950
(OCoLC)586860905
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra; J M Cohen
ISBN: 0140440100 9780140440102
OCLC Number: 3412572
Notes: A novel.
Translation of: El ingenioso hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha.
Description: 940 pages ; 19 cm.
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 etc. --
The meeting with the Yanguesans --
The inn which he took for a castle --
More misadventures at the inn --
A second conversation with Sancho, etc. --
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.
Series Title: Penguin classics, L10.
Other Titles: Don Quixote.
Don Quixote
Responsibility: by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra ; translated by J.M. Cohen.

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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.

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