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“Cervantes and modernity: four essays on Don Quixote” by EC Graf

“The first comprehensive attempt to theorize Cervantes as a modern, this is also a timely study which addresses Don Quijote's relevance for thinking about such controversial issues as the relation between Islam and Christianity as well as sociopolitical movements and value systems like feminism and materialism.”

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Cervantes and modernity: four essays on Don Quixote /EC Graf. — Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2007. — 222 p.: ill. ; 24cm

ISBN-0 8387-5655-7

PQ 6353.G73 2007

R. 95708