<strong>Cervantes&rsquo;s career</strong> as a soldier ended in injury, not glory. But rather than cynical, he became ambivalent, as his characters showed

Cervantes&amp;rsquo;s career as a soldier ended in injury, not glory. But rather than cynical, he became ambivalent, as his characters
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Cervantes’s career as a soldier ended in injury, not glory. But rather than cynical, he became ambivalent, as his characters showed

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