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  Volume 43, Number 4, 2006

Table of Contents

From: Comparative Literature Studies

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Special Issue: Don Quixote and 400 Years of World Literature

Guest Editor: William R. Blue and James A. Parr

In Memoriam: Tania Franco Carvalhal (1943-2006)

p. iv
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Editors' Introduction: Don Quixote at 401

pp. 379-381
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Articles

What Don Quixote Means (Today)

pp. 382-397
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Marcela and Grisóstomo in French Garb: Le Meurtre de la fidélité

pp. 398-413
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Counterdefinitions of Reality: Translating the World in Don Quijote de la Mancha

pp. 414-427
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Reading Cervantes: A New Virtual Reality

pp. 428-440
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Tiny (Erasmian) Dagger or Large Poniard?: Metonymy vs. Metaphor in the Cave of Montesinos Episode in Don Quixote

pp. 441-465
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Quixotes, Precepts, and Galateas: The Didactic Novel in Eighteenth-Century Britain

pp. 466-481
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Don Quijote de Yoknapatawpha: Cervantine Comedy and the Bakhtinian Grotesque in William Faulkner's Snopes Trilogy

pp. 482-497
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Sancho Panza, Illiterate Literary Critic, and the Unmasking of Generic Conventions in Don Quixote

pp. 498-514
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Smiles and Laughter in Don Quixote

pp. 515-531
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Book Reviews

Don Quixote, Don Juan, and Related Subjects: Form and Tradition in Spanish Literature, 1330-1630 (review)

pp. 532-535
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Don Quixote: A Touchstone for Literary Criticism (review)

pp. 535-537
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Cervantes's Novel of Modern Times: A New Reading of "Don Quijote", and: Ekphrasis in the Age of Cervantes, and: Love and the Law in Cervantes (review)

pp. 537-544
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Cervantes in Algiers: A Captive's Tale (review)

pp. 544-549
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