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Wednesday, 28 December

225. Don Quixote and the Romance-Speaking World: Four Hundred Years

1:45–3:00 p.m., Cabinet, Washington Hilton

Program arranged by the Discussion Group on Romance Literary Relations

Presiding: Jo Labanyi, Univ. of Southampton

1. “Cervantes and the Lessons of ‘Minor’ Works: Menina e Moca and Clareo y Florisea in Don Quijote,” Karina Galperin, Univ. Torcuato di Tella, Buenos Aires

2. “Translating the Narrative Text into Sound and Spectacle: Don Quijote according to Massenet, Strauss, and Falla,” Mary Malcolm Gaylord, Harvard Univ.; Julia Randel, Hope Coll.

3. “Zoraida’s Return: Algerian Views of Cervantes’s Captivity,” William Childers, Brooklyn Coll., City Univ. of New York

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