Miguel de Cervantes
Chelsea House Publishers, 2005 - 157 pages
Miguel de Cervantes' masterpiece, Don Quixote, has entertained readers for more than 400 years, and many critics still credit him with setting the standard for the modern novel. A prisoner of pirates and a Spanish war hero, his place in history was nonetheless secured by his role as a writer.
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