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Jelinski study on Cervantes published in book

June 9, 2010


Jack Jelinski's study on the Spanish author Cervantes has been published in the book, "Don Quixote: The First 400 Years."   High-Res Available

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A study on the Spanish author Cervantes written by Jack B. Jelinski, professor emeritus in the MSU Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, has been published in the book, "Don Quixote: The First 400 Years."

Hofstra University published the book with the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos in Lima, Peru.
Jelinski's study, "Don Quixote: Sin, Grace and Redemptive Rebellion," is an expanded version of a presentation he was invited to give during a three-day international conference held at Hofstra University to celebrate the 400-year-anniversary of the publication of "Don Quixote."

Jelinski also published the poem, "Bewitched," in the 2010 Fly Fishing edition of the Big Sky Journal.

Jack Jelinski (406) 994-4448, umljj@montana.edu