Don Quixote, Part 2

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Steerforth Press, 2011 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 68 pages
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Don Quixote has travelled the land, taking part in many adventures along the way.
Most of these adventures have ended in disaster, and now Don Quixote is back where he belongs - at home, with his niece and housekeeper to look after him. To his niece, Don Quixote seems content with his quiet life, but she can't see the thoughts and ideas formulating in his old and imaginative mind. One day, Don Quixote decides to hold a secret meeting with his squire, Sancho Panzo, and soon they are back on the road again. What awful beasts and wicked enchanters will they encounter along the way? Join Don Quixote as he sets out again on one of his madcap adventures.

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User Review  - drasvola - LibraryThing

An excellent adaptation, in two parts, for young readers. This publisher of a series of graphic novel adaptations of world literature is, somewhat unexpectedly, in India. According to their mission ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Miguel de Cervantes was born in 1547. At the age of twenty-one, he joined the army. While fighting at sea, Cervantes was wounded, and while returning from this service, was kidnapped by Barbary pirates and enslaved in Algiers for five
years. Eventually ransomed, he returned to Spain in 1580.
Literary success eluded Cervantes until the publication of Don Quixote in 1605. The success of this novel was such that within a few years, an unauthorised sequel appeared forcing Cervantes to write his own second part, published one year prior to his death in 1615.

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