Quijote; Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra; spanish literature; film; art; literature; music
Like no other novel, the “Don Quixote” by Miguel de Cervantes has fascinated readers time and again for four centuries. Written in Spain in the early 17th century, which at that time played a major role in shaping the destiny of Europe, the novel soon became the epitome of Spanish literature and culture. From Madrid he started affecting the rest of Europe and inspired thinkers, poets, artists, composers and later also filmmakers. The volume’s eight contributions explore central aspects of the Cervantine novel and explore its reception and processing in literature, art, film and music in the European context.
如果您有任何问题，请随时与我们联系，谢谢。Europäische Dimensionen des ,,Don Quijote in Literatur, Film, Kunst und Musik” 内容均搜集于网络，本身不存储任何资源，如侵犯到您的权益，请提交反馈，我们将配合您第一时间删除。