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Accolades: Yvonne Jehenson
Michael McGaha, who holds the Yale B. And Lucille D. Griffith Professorship in Modern Languages at Pomona College, said the book “is a penetrating analysis of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza’s respective utopian fantasies, which provide the primary motivation for knight and squire’s pursuit of fame and fortune. Professors Dunn and Jehenson richly contextualize those fantasies, examining them in the light of both the oral folk tradition and numerous biblical, classical, medieval and Renaissance versions of utopia.”
The book also received praise from Mary Gaylord, the Sosland Family Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures at Harvard University, who said “it will be especially useful for scholars in literature and Early Modern cultural studies who are eager to broaden their understanding of material and intellectual history.”
To read more about The Utopian Nexus in Don Quixote, visit www.vanderbiltuniversitypress.com.