Cervantes wrote Don Quixote in 1605 as a satire of the adventure tales of his day. Still popular 400 years later, Don Quixote is also a whimsical work of literary criticism as much as an adventure story. Matthew Schuerman has a look at the epic tale and some of the secrets behind its staying power.
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