Novelas Ejemplares II
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Novelas Ejemplares II

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Incluye:

- El licenciado Vidriera
- La fuerza de la sangre
- El celoso extremeño
- La ilustre fregona
- Las dos doncellas
- La señora Cornelia
- El casamiento engañoso
- El coloquio de los perros.
Paperback, 359 pages
Published June 30th 2005 by Ediciones Catedra S.A.
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Maria del Pilar
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It is pain. I am not going to be able to see them again or read them or take them to have a look. I am going to exchange them for a service.
Mike Staten
De todas las novelas de este tomo, la que más me gusta es El coloquio de los perros. La novela merece más atención por los comentarios que hace sobre la naturaleza del habla y el arte de la narración.

También esta novela, como toda la colección, satiriza la sociedad y cultura del momento y ayuda al lector a comprender el tiempo de Cervantes.
Rubi
¡Qué relatos, madre mía! ¡Cuánta imaginación tenía Cervantes!
En este segundo tomo están recogidos:
- El Licenciado Vidriera
- El celoso extremeño
- La ilustre fregona
- El casamiento engañoso
- El coloquio de los perros.
¡A cuál mejor!

Creo que es un libro que hay que leer al menos una vez en la vida. Ahí lo dejo.
Mendez
Different little novels that Cervantes wrote in order to transmit a simple message in each of them. Brings you back to medieval times and to times were fighting to death for love did not sound as crazy as it sounds today.
Jule
actually not as boring as i thought it would be.
funny, clever, struggling with censorship in his time: cervantes is worth reading
an easy read that will give you a lot of insight into 17th c. spain (if youre into that).
Lindsay Wuchner
Same goes for Novelas Ejemplares II that I said for the first volume. Very good, but not as good as Quijote. In this one I found El Licenciado Vidriera fascinating.
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Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra was a Spanish novelist, poet, and playwright. His magnum opus Don Quixote is often considered the first modern novel.

It is assumed that Miguel de Cervantes was born in Alcalá de Henares. His father was Rodrigo de Cervantes, a surgeon of cordoban descent. Little is known of his mother Leonor de Cortinas, except that she was a native of Arganda del Rey.

In 1569, Cervantes...more
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