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LAS NOVELAS EJEMPLARES DE CERVANTES

The Exemplary Novels (Spanish: Novelas ejemplares) are a series of short stories by Miguel de Cervantes. Written between 1590 and 1612, the collection was published in Madrid in 1613 by Juan de la Cuesta, and received well in the wake of the first part of Don Quixote. These are twelve short novels that follow the model established in Italy. Although they are actually classes as short stories, they are termed novels by Cervantes. Cervantes boasted in his foreword to have been the first to write novels in the Spanish language:
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ISBN: 978-84-683-3510-0
Code: 127985
Publication date: 09/11/2023
384 pages
Size: 15.0cm x 23.0cm. Paperback
Cover price: 13.50 
Recommended subjects:
Language and literature
Theme:Children's / Teenage fiction: Classic fiction
Biography
Navarro Durán, Rosa

Rosa Navarro Durán is emeritus professor of Spanish Literature of the Golden Age at the University of Barcelona. His text editions include the anonymous Libro de fates, the two dialogues of Alfonso de Valdés: Dialogue of things that happened in Rome and Dialogue of Mercurio and Carón, the Works of Luis Carrillo and Sotomayor, the Exemplary Novels of Miguel de Cervantes , etc. She is the author of The Look at the Text; Why do you have to read the classics? How to read a poem; Alfonso Valdés, author of "Lazarillo de Tormes"; "La Lozana Andaluza", a portrait in key; Open secrets; María de Zayas and other heteronyms of Castillo Solórzano, etc. her and numerous articles on textual problems, topics and commentaries from the Golden Age and contemporaries.

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