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Check out our wide-ranging collection of DVDs, including this analysis of Miguel de Cervantes' Don Quixote from Discovery Networks in association with Cronkite Ward (produced and written by Denise Schrier Cetta).  

"In the history of the modern world, the role of Miguel de Cervantes' Don Quixote is seminal. This timeless program seeks to understand the monumental satire's central underlying themes -- individualism, idealism, and imagination, on the one hand, and deception, manipulation, and disillusionment, on the other -- from the viewpoint of Cervantes' upbringing and life experiences. Dramatizations deftly capture the story's transit from comedy to tragedy. Interviews with Carlos Fuentes; Cervantes scholars Diana de Armas Wilson and Henry Sullivan; and John Allen, of the Cervantes Society of America, are featured" --(from DVD container).  

Ask for DVD call number PQ 6323 .D667 2004 at the Circulation Desk.