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Miguel De Cervantes
   wrote   
Don Quixote
Miguel De Cervantes
   was born on   
September 29, 1547
Spanish writer; auther of Don Quixote
1616
      
Miguel De Cervantes Died
Author of Don Quixote
1547
      
Miguel De Cervantes Was Born
Spanish author of Don Quixote
Miguel De Cervantes
   was born in   
Alcalá De Henares, Spain
1547-1616. Ranks as the outstanding writer in Spanish literature. His masterpiece “Don Quixote”
Spanish 50c
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Miguel De Cervantes
The father of Spanish literature, is shown on these coins, reflecting "the universality of the man and his work".
Spanish 20c
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Miguel De Cervantes
The father of Spanish literature, is shown on these coins, reflecting "the universality of the man and his work".
Spanish 10c
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Miguel De Cervantes
The father of Spanish literature, is shown on these coins, reflecting "the universality of the man and his work".
Miguel De Cervantes
   created the character   
Don Quixote
Don Quixote de la Mancha, 1605, 1615
Miguel De Cervantes
   created the character   
Sancho Panza
Don Quixote de la Mancha
Miguel De Cervantes
   created the character   
Aldonza Lorenzo
Called Dulcinea by Don Quixote
Miguel De Cervantes
   was played by Peter O'Toole in   
Man of La Mancha (1972)
Miguel De Cervantes
   said   
"Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady"
Spanish novelist, dramatist and poet
Miguel De Cervantes
   said   
"I Believe There's No Proverb but What is True; They Are All So Many Sentences and Maxims Drawn from Experience, the Universal Mother of Sciences"
Spanish novelist, dramatist and poet
Miguel De Cervantes
   said   
"In Order to Attain the Impossible, One Must Attempt the Absurd"
Spanish novelist, dramatist and poet
Miguel De Cervantes
   said   
"The Knowledge of Yourself Will Preserve You from Vanity"
Spanish novelist, dramatist and poet
Miguel De Cervantes
   said   
"Liberty, As Well As Honour, Man Ought to Preserve at the Hazard of His Life, for Without It Life is Insupportable"
Spanish novelist, dramatist and poet
Miguel De Cervantes
   said   
"My Heart is Wax Moulded As She Pleases, but Enduring As Marble to Retain"
Spanish novelist, dramatist and poet
Miguel De Cervantes
   said   
"A Private Sin is Not So Prejudicial in This World, As a Public Indecency"
Spanish novelist, dramatist and poet
Miguel De Cervantes
   said   
"A Person Dishonoured is Worst Than Dead"
Spanish novelist, dramatist and poet
Miguel De Cervantes
   said   
"Tell Me Thy Company, and I'll Tell Thee What Thou Art"
Spanish novelist, dramatist and poet
Miguel De Cervantes
   said   
"Those Who'll Play With Cats Must Expect to Be Scratched"
Spanish novelist, dramatist and poet
Miguel De Cervantes
   said   
"Too Much Sanity May Be Madness. And Maddest of All, to See Life As It is and Not As It Should Be!"
Spanish novelist, dramatist and poet
Miguel De Cervantes
   said   
"True Valor Lies Between Cowardice and Rashness"
Spanish novelist, dramatist and poet






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