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Dulcinea encantada: el infierno de don Quijote

Ángel García Galiano

Abstract


Don Quixote’s penitence in Sierra Morena, his encounter with cardenio, a man in love and driven to madness, and his book of memories, provoke within our hidalgo the desire to communicate with Dulcinea through a series of letters. Sancho’s failed embassy results in the apocryphal encounter with the village women of toboso, a spell that culminates in the atemporal cave of Montesinos with don Quixote’s infernal dream: Dulcinea, enchanted, asks him for money through her lady.

Parole chiave


Quijote; Dulcinea; enchantment; caves of Montesinos; Infernal;

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