- Mi·guel de [mi-gel dey; Spanish mee-gel de] /mɪˈgɛl deɪ; Spanish miˈgɛl dɛ/, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, 1547–1616, Spanish novelist and short-story writer.
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Inspect what delights you in Plutarch, in Shakspeare, in Cervantes.Essays, First Series
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Cervantes and Shakespeare very likely died in ignorance of each other's work.
There is no injustice in saying that Shakespeare's nature included that of Cervantes.
He would have done what Cervantes did, what Tourgenieff did, what Mrs. Stowe did.
Cervantes had before designated Pinto as the "prince of liars."
- Miguel de (miˈɣɛl ðe), full surname Cervantes Saavedra. 1547–1616, Spanish dramatist, poet, and prose writer, most famous for Don Quixote (1605), which satirizes the chivalric romances and greatly influenced the development of the novel