The Utopian Nexus in Don Quixote (Paperback)
  • The Utopian Nexus in Don Quixote (Paperback)

The Utopian Nexus in Don Quixote (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 15/07/2006
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Jehenson and Dunn explore the mythic utopian desires that drive Don Quixote and Sancho Panza in "Don Quixote". By tracing the discourses surrounding what they identify as a myth of abundance and a myth of "simple wants" throughout Spain and the rest of Europe at the time, Jehenson and Dunn are able to contextualize some of the stranger incidents in "Don Quixote", including Camacho's wedding. They bring to the forefront three aspects of the novel: the cultural and juridical background of "Don Quixote's" utopian program for reviving the original property-less condition of the Age of Gold; the importance for Sancho Panza of the myths of Cockaigne and Jauja; and the author's progressive skepticism about utopian programs.

Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
ISBN: 9780826515186

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