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LA REUNIÓN DE SACRAMENTO 2008

REUNION 2008 - SACRAMENTO - JULY 23-27

"La Semana Sacramental," aka "Summer Knights in Sacramento"

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Friday - Hanging around the hotel courtyard and in front of our official MHS 64 watering hole, aka in front of Janice and Jill's and Tom and Skip's adjacent rooms across from the pool - the best spot in the whole complex for a class gathering.

 

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Historical importance and influence

Cervantes' novel Don Quixote has had a tremendous influence on the development of prose fiction. It has been translated into all major languages and has appeared in 700 editions. The first translation was in English, made by Thomas Shelton in 1608, but not published until 1612. Shakespeare had evidently read Don Quixote, but it is most unlikely that Cervantes had ever heard of Shakespeare.

Carlos Fuentes raised the possibility that Cervantes and Shakespeare were the same person (see Shakespearean authorship question). Francis Carr has suggested that Francis Bacon wrote Shakespeare's plays and Don Quixote.[19] Both possibilities are highly unlikely, especially the Shelton one. Shelton renders some Spanish idioms into English so literally that they sound nonsensical when translated — as an example he always translates the word dedos as fingers, not realizing that dedos can also mean inches. (In the original Spanish, for instance, a phrase such as una altura de quince dedos , which makes perfect sense in Spanish, would mean fifteen inches high in English, but a translator who renders it too literally would translate it as fifteen fingers high.)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miguel_de_Cervantes

 


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