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Cervantes. To whom appears defeated, but still is invincible

In the twilight of an adventurous life, a complete stranger writes a timeless masterpiece. Those who persist in dreaming, beyond the judgment of others, are invulnerable.

 

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Cervantes. To whom appears defeated, but still is invincible

  • "It was the middle of the 16th century... I was born in Alcalá de Henares, in my native Spain. I was the son of Rodrigo, a man heavily in debt and always looking for work, and Leonor, a sweet and lovable woman from Arganda del Rey..."