Correo electrónico entre Eduardo Oso y Sancho Panza
fiction, Sancho Panza, Winnie the Pooh
Are Sancho Panza and Winnie the Pooh brothers in alimentary solidarity? In two parts, this academic paper investigates comparisons between popular texts from Spain and England, respectively El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de La Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra and Winnie the Pooh by Alan Alexander Milne. The first part plays on Cervantes’ phrasings in order to humorously consider the plausibility of popular literary protagonists in relationship to world figures generally perceived as verisimilar. While much of the world easily accepts the great monarchs, politicians, ecclesiasts, and battlefield generals as historically accurate, many people continue to believe even more fervently in the literary figures they cherish.
Katz, Marco. "Correo Electrónico entre Eduardo Oso y Sancho Panza." White Rabbit: English Studies in Latin America, No. 7 (July 2014) : 1-15. http://whiterabbitesla.letras.uc.cl.
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