Don Quixote (chapters I.2, I.3, I.8, I.10, I.16, I.17, I.18 & I.23), tr. from English into Sanskrit by Jagaddhar Zadoo & Nityanand Shastri, introd. and ed. by Dragomir Dimitrov,..
Saavedra, Miguel de Cervantes
......with a reprint of the English tr. by Charles Jarvis and an audio recording of the Sanskrit text by Shrikant Bahulkar. The present book contains a modern Sanskrit translation of eight chapters from the First Part of Cervantes's monumental Don Quijote. Don Quixote will appeal to specialists with interests in a variety of fields such as Sanskrit philology, modern Sanskrit studies, manuscriptology, history of Indology, Romance languages and literature, as well as translational and cultural studies. The Sanskrit text, typeset with a newly produced historical reconstruction of a Nagari typeface designed by the German critic, translator, poet, and Sanskritist August Wilhelm von Schlegel (1767-1845), has been edited on the basis of a unique manuscript which was written in Kashmir in the winter of 1936/37 and is now kept at the Houghton Library of Harvard University, USA. This publication includes an overview of the reception of Cervantes's classic in India, as well as a detailed study of the fascinating history of the Sanskrit translation of Don Quijote and its still unedited partial rendering in Kashmiri.
ISBN 13: 9788194118428
ISBN 10: 8194118425
Language: ENGLISH, SANSKRIT
Pages etc.: cix+293p., (21)col. illus., bib., 24cm.
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