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By Miguel de Cervantes

El texto de esta edición del Quijote ha sido fijado a partir del examen de todas las ediciones significativas, antiguas y modernas, y con los angeles aplicación de los métodos filológicos más rigurosos. Las notas aclaran todos los puntos que pueden plantear dudas al lector moderno y están redactadas siempre con los angeles máxima claridad y del modo que más agiliza l. a. lectura. Los anexos, al ultimate del volumen, incluyen mapas, esquemas e ilustraciones, así como un amplio estudio literario e histórico del Quijote y detallada información sobre los angeles vida y escritos de Cervantes y sobre las primeras ediciones y el lenguaje de l. a. novela. Un sumario del argumento permite localizar rápidamente los principales episodios del relato. Para facilitar los angeles relectura y los angeles consulta, los angeles edición contiene completos índices de refranes, obras y autores citados, temas y pasajes memorables, nombres propios, palabras, locuciones y modismos.

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