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The Exemplary Novels of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547-1616)

1. 00 - Introductory Remarks
2. 01 - The Lady Cornelia, Part 1
3. 02 - The Lady Cornelia, Part 2
4. 03 - The Lady Cornelia, Part 3
5. 04 - Rinconete and Cortadillo: Or, Peter of the Corner and the Little Cutter, Part 1
6. 05 - Rinconete and Cortadillo: Or, Peter of the Corner and the Little Cutter, Part 2
7. 06 - Rinconete and Cortadillo: Or, Peter of the Corner and the Little Cutter, Part 3
8. 07 - The Licentiate Vidriera; Or, Doctor Glass-Case, Part 1
9. 08 - The Licentiate Vidriera; Or, Doctor Glass-Case, Part 2
10. 09 - The Deceitful Marriage
11. 10 - Dialogue Between Scipio and Berganza, Dogs of the Hospital of the Resurrection in the City of Valladolid, Commonly Called the Dogs of Mahudes, Part 1
12. 11 - Dialogue Between Scipio and Berganza, Dogs of the Hospital of the Resurrection in the City of Valladolid, Commonly Called the Dogs of Mahudes, Part 2
13. 12 - The Little Gipsy Girl, Part 1
14. 13 - The Little Gipsy Girl, Part 2
15. 14 - The Little Gipsy Girl, Part 3
16. 15 - The Little Gipsy Girl, Part 4
17. 16 - The Generous Lover, Part 1
18. 17 - The Generous Lover, Part 2
19. 18 - The Generous Lover, Part 3
20. 19 - The Spanish-English Lady, Part 1
21. 20 - The Spanish-English Lady, Part 2
22. 21 - The Spanish-English Lady, Part 3
23. 22 - The Force of Blood
24. 23 - The Jealous Estramaduran, Part 1
25. 24 - The Jealous Estramaduran, Part 2
26. 25 - The Illustrious Scullery-Maid, Part 1
27. 26 - The Illustrious Scullery-Maid, Part 2
28. 27 - The Illustrious Scullery-Maid, Part 3
29. 28 - The Illustrious Scullery-Maid, Part 4
30. 29 - The Two Damsels, Part 1
31. 30 - The Two Damsels, Part 2

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Summary

Originally compiled by Cervantes himself in 1613 as a collection of "exemplary" stories, this translated version from 1881 brings these stories to the English reader. Included in the collection are twelve stories selected by Cervantes, including "A Deceitful Marriage," which famously transitions seamlessly and humorously into the "Dialogue Between Scipio and Berganze".