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Works of Miguel de Cervantes
in old- and modern-Spanish spelling, based on the 18 volume edition published by
Rodolfo Schevill and Adolfo Bonilla
prepared in digital form and edited by Fred F. Jehle

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222 engravings from Don Quijote by Gustavo Doré, from an Italian edition of the novel. This set consists of the less detailed images that occur at the beginning and end of chapters. También se ofrece en español.

113 engravings from Don Quijote by Gustavo Doré, from an Italian edition of the novel. This set consists of the more detailed images that are interspersed in the text of the novel. También se ofrece en español.

Two color sketches of Don Quijote and Sancho, by Rafael de Isla. These sketches are not in the public domain.

14 engravings taken from Diego Clemencín's edition of the Quijote (1833), including 12 scenes from the novel, a portrait of Clemencín and an artist's rendition of what Cervantes might have looked like. These engravings are in the public domain; no permission is needed to use them.

8 engravings from an edition of Historia de los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda, published in 1805. The engravings are in the public domain; no permission is needed to use them.

Frontispieces and first pages from works by Cervantes.  A collection of 40 images from facsimiles of the first editions of Cervantes works.

[An artist's conception of] Cervantes, as published in an 1868 edition of Don Quijote (Madrid), edited by Urbano Manini.

Other Cervantes-related engravings and pictures are given on the front covers of Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America.


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