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~dventures in ~aradox PENN STATE STUDIES in ROMANCE LITERATURES Editors Frederick A. de Armas Norris Lacy Allan Stoekl Refiguring the Hero: From Peasant to Noble in Lope de Vega and Calderon by Dian Fox Don Juan and the Point ofHonor: Seduction, Patriarchal Society, and Literary Tradition byjames Mandrell Narratives ofDesire: Nineteenth-Century Spanish Fiction by Women by Lou Chamon-Deutsch Garcilaso de Ia Vega and the Italian Renaissance by DanielL. Heiple Allegories of Kingship: Calderon and the Anti-Machiavellian Tradition by Stephen Rupp Acts of Fiction: Resistance and Resolution from Sade to Baudelaire by Scott Carpenter Grotesque Purgatory: A Study ofCervantes's Don Quixote, Part II by Henry W Sullivan Spanish Comedies and Historical Contexts in the 1620s by William R. Blue The Cultural Politics of Tel Que!: Literature and the Left in the Wake ofEngagement by Danielle Marx-Scouras Madrid 1900: The Capital as Cradle of Literature and Culture by Michael Ugarte Ideologies of History in the Spanish Golden Age by AnthonyJ Cascardi Medieval Spanish Epic: Mythic Roots and Ritual Language by Thomas Montgomery Unfinished Revolutions: Legacies ofUpheaval in Modern French Culture edited by Robert T. Denomme and Roland H Simon Stages of Desire: The Mythological Tradition in Classical and Contemporary Spanish Theater by Michael Kidd Fictions ofthe Feminine in the Nineteenth-Century Spanish Press by Lou Chamon-Deutsch The Novels and Plays of Eduardo Manet: An Adventure in Multiculturalism by Phyllis Zatlin Fernando de Rojas and the Renaissance Vision: Phantasm, Melancholy, and Didacticism in Celestina by Ricardo Castells The Poetics ofEmpire in the Indies: Prophecy and Imitation in La Araucana and Os Luciadas byjames Nicolopulos Maria de Zayas Tells Baroque Tales ofLove and the Cruelty ofMen Margaret Greer Vision, the Gaze, and the Function ofthe Senses in Celestina james F. Burke Adventures in Paradox: Don Quixote and the Western Tradition Charles D. Presberg The Pennsylvania State University Press University Park, Pennsylvania Publication of this book has been aided by a grant from the Program for Cultural Cooperation between Spain's Ministry of Education and Culture and United States Universities. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Presberg, Charles D. Adventures in paradox : Don Quixote and the western tradition I Charles D. Presberg. p. cm.-(Penn State studies in Romance literatures) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-271-02039-3 (alk. paper) 1. Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, 1547-1616. Don Quixote. 2. Paradox in literature. I. Title. II. Series. PQ6353 .P72 2001 863'.3-dc21 Copyright© 2001 The Pennsylvania State University All rights reserved Primed in the United States ofAmerica Published by The Pennsylvania State University Press, University Park, PA 16802-1003 99-055297 It is the policy of The Pennsylvania State University Press to use acid-free paper for the first priming of all clothbound books. Publications on uncoated stock satisfY the minimum requirements ofAmerican National Standard for Information Sciences-Permanence ofPaper for Primed Library Materials, ANSI Z39.48-1992. For Michael Stephen, and Philip ...


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