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Hing in the 1580s just as the might of imperial Spain turned from Europe towards the Atlantic Twice refused emigration papers to America which he depicts as the refuge and haven of all the desperate men of Spain Cervantes turns to fiction His novels internalize many colonial discourses and at least four genres implicated in Spain's N.

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Cervantes the Novel and the New World Oxford Hispanic Studies

Ew World enterprise the Books of Chivalry; the utopias; the colonial war epic; and American ethnohistory Moving beyond an inventory of Cervantes's references to the Indies to Mexico and Peru cannibals and tobacco parrots and alligators this study interprets his novels as a transatlantic cross cultural and multi linguistic achievement.

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Two sets of related issues prompt this study the birth of the New World in European consciousness and the rise of the Cervantine novel in Spain The conuest exploration and colonization of the Indies resonate through Cervantes's two novels Don uixote 1605 1615 and the Persiles 1617 both fortified by imperialism Cervantes begins publis.