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EL INGENIOSO HIDALGO DON QUIJOTE DE LA MANCHA WRITTEN BY Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. Genre : Novel Narrator : Obtrusive and external . He intervenes directly using a first person narration . Plot and fabula: they coincide, time is used in chronological order .
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Narrator: Obtrusive and external.
Heintervenesdirectlyusing a first personnarration.
Plot and fabula: they coincide, timeisused in chronologicalorder.
Cervantes inventsboth the protagonist Don Chisciotte , and anotherArabauthor, CideHamete, thathewilluseas a source.
Heliveswithhisniece and the housekeeper in a placesomewhere in “La Mancha”.
The passionforthesestoriesleadshimto the distortionofhisperception and so hethinkstobeanerrantknight
todefend the highestideals.
Herenameshimself “Don Chisciotte”
And nameshisskinnyhorse “Rocinante”
Aldonza Lorenzo whobecomes Dulcinea del Toboso
Heisvictimof some muletteers and a host, heisbeatenby some shepherds……everywherehegoes,
And heis more and more
Sancho Panza himself, hissquire, isvictimofhis master’s crazyactions .
By the narrator.
They are characterizedby
The descriptions aren’t so detailed,
The author is more interested in describing the events.is no time reference at the beginning of the story, we only have some historical references
Carlo V and Filippo II) make us understand that the action takes place towards the end of 1500.
Place and time
The descriptionsaren’t so detailed,
The authoris more interested in describing the events.
Thereis no timereference at the beginningof the story, weonlyhave some historicalreferences
( the declineofSpainafter
Carlo V and Filippo II) makeusunderstandthat the actiontakesplacetowards the end of 1500.
Not elevated with thepresenceof
Differentkindsofstylisticregisters are usedbyboth Don Chisciotte
and Sancho Panza.
Man’s madness and disappointmenttowards a reality thatcancelsimagination,
fancy , expectations, and the
Don Chisciotte , considered a madbyeveryone, refuses reality tryingtotransformitaccordinghisideals.
Defenceof the weak
Prof.sse Ciccia e Voto
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