The Search for Dog in Cervantes
AbstractThis paper reconsiders the missing galgo from the first line in Don Quixote with a set of interlocking claims: first, that Cervantes initially established the groundwork for including a talking dog in Don Quixote; second, through improvisation Cervantes created a better Don Quixote by transplanting the idea for a talking dog to the Coloquio; and third, that Cervantes made oblique references to the concept of dogs having human intelligence within the novel. View Full-Text
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Schneider, I. The Search for Dog in Cervantes. Humanities 2017, 6, 49.
Schneider I. The Search for Dog in Cervantes. Humanities. 2017; 6(3):49.Chicago/Turabian Style
Schneider, Ivan. 2017. "The Search for Dog in Cervantes." Humanities 6, no. 3: 49.
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