Quixote’s stature resonates in Latin America

It’s hardly surprising that Don Quixote still captivates Spain, his birthplace. Nearly half a millennium since he sprang into being on a Madrid printing press, he is the country’s most famous trademark (now rivaled by the Real Madrid and Barcelona soccer teams).

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Laurence Fishburne is to write and direct The Alchemist

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Cuban Professor and intellectual José Juan Arrom dies:
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Author offers tips on Hispanic market: Hispanics live in English, but feel in Spanish, Cancela says in his book. SO TRUE!
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