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This LibGuide will assist students enrolled in Dr. Stacey Triplette's ENGLIT 0070 - Cervantes in English.

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Cervantes in English

"Cervantes’ Don Quixote is, without question, the most influential literary work written in the Spanish language. This course uses a modern English translation of Cervantes, and all readings, assignments, and discussions are in English. Class sessions will situate Don Quixote in its historical and global context and identify twenty-first century instances of quixotism and neo-chivalric romance." - Catalog description.

For more information contact Dr. Triplette via email: set37@pitt.edu

 



Portrait: Miguel de Cervantes

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