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"miguel de" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"The determine the eyes of greatness on this side captive night on the brink of so mighty in adventure by this. He felt himself so in spirited that he would not have flinched if all the carriers in the world had assailed him the comrades of the wounded perceiving the plate they were in began from a distance to shower stones. On don quixote who screened himself as best. He could with his buckler not daring to quit the trough and leave his armor unprotected. The landlord shouted to them to leave him alone for. He had already told them that he was mad. And as a madman he would not be accountable even if he killed them all still louder shouted donkey htay calling them. Knaves and traders in the lord of the castle who allowed knights errant to be treated in this fashion a villain in a low born night. Whom had he received the order of knighthood. He would call to account for his treachery but of you. He cried base in vile rabble. I make no account fling strike. Come on do all you can against me. Ye shall see what the reward of your folly in insolence will be this. He uttered with so much spirit and boldness that he filled his assailants with a terrible fear and as much for this reason as at the persuasion of the landlord they left off stoning him and he allowed them to carry off the wounded and with the same calmness and composure as before the watch over his armor but these freaks of his guests were not much to the liking of the landlord so he determined to cut matters short and conferred upon him at once the unlucky order of knighthood before any further misadventure could occur so going up to him. He apologized for the rudeness which without his knowledge at been offered to him. By these low people who however had been well punished for their audacity as he had already told him he said there was no chapel in the castle nor was it needed for what remains to be done for as he understood the ceremonial of the order..
"miguel de" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Was not to be supposed therefore they did not carry them and he might regard it as certain and established that all knights errant about whom there were so many full in unimpeachable books carried well furnished purses in case of emergency and likewise carried shirts and a little box of ointment to cure the wounds they received for in those planes and desert's where they engaged in combat and came out wounded. It was not always. There was someone to cure them unless indeed they had for a friend. Some sage magician to sucker them at once by fetching through the air upon a cloud some damsel or dwarf for the vial of water of such virtue that by tasting one drop of it. They were cured of their hurts and wounds in an instant and left as sound as if they had not received any damage. Whatever but in case this should not occur. The knights of old took care to see that their squires were provided with money and other requisites such as lint and ointments for healing purposes and when it happened that night's head no squires which was rarely in seldom the case. They themselves carried everything in cunning saddlebags. That were hardly seen on the horse's croup as if it were something else of more importance. Because unless for some such reason carrying saddlebags was not very favorably regarded among knights errant. He therefore advised him and as his godson so soon to be he might even commend him. Never from that time forth to travel without money and the usual requirements and he would find the advantage of them when he least expected it. Don quixote promised to follow his advice scrupulously and it was arranged forthwith that he should watch his armor in a large yard at one side of the end so collecting it. Altogether don quixote place it on a trough that stood by the side of a well embracing his buckler on his arm he grasped his lance and began with a stately air to march up and down in front of the trough and as he began his march night began to fall..
"miguel de" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Volume one part one. Chapter six of the ingenious. Gentlemen don quixote of la mancha by miguel de cervantes of asia translated by john. Ormsby this lead. Vox recordings in the public domain recording by ex patriot in bangor maine volume. One part one chapter six of the diverting and important scrutiny which the curate in the barber made in the library of our ingenious gentleman he was still sleeping so they curate. Ask the niece for the keys of the room. Where the books. The authors of all the mischief were and right willingly. She gave them the all went in the housekeeper with them and found more than one hundred volumes of big books very well bound and some other small ones. The moment the housekeeper saw them. She turned about and ran out of the room and came back immediately with a saucer of holy water. Sprinkler saying here you worship in your license. She ate sprinkle this room. Don't leave any magician of the many there are in these books to be which us in revenge for our design of banishing them from the world. The simplicity of the housekeeper made the light. She laugh and he directed the barber to give him the book one by one to see what they were about as there might be some to be found among them that did not deserve the penalty of fire. No said the niece there is no reason for showing mercy to any of them. They have every one of them done mischief. Better fling them out of the window into the court and make a pile of them and set fire to them or else carry them into the yard and their bonfire can be made without the smoke. Giving any annoyance the housekeeper said the same. So eager were they for the slaughter of those innocence but the cure it would not agree to it without first reading at any rate the titles. The first that master nicholas put into his hand was the four books of comedies goal. This seems a mysterious thing. Said the cure it for as i have heard said this was the first book of chivalry printed in spain. And from this all the others derive their birth and origin so it seems to me that we ought inexorably to condemn it to the flames as the founder of so vile a sect. He served said the barber. I too have heard say that. This is the best of all the books of this kind that have been written in. So it's something singular in its line. It ought to be pardoned true. Said the cure it and for that reason that it's life be spared for the present. Let us see that other which is next to it. it is said the barber. The ceregaza ispra london that lawful son of medusa go then verily said the curate..
"miguel de" Discussed on The Changelog
"Kara and then i was the j. I figured it was jane. Yeah and then barry stein glass but two and two together are who was well. You know. I don't know what your listeners thinking and then are sort of fourth partner was very stained glass but he joined right after we named it and said he was the essence solutions That's a nice hack. You mentioned the tension there with never being right. How did that. How did you deal with that. Considering i know you to some degree least i think i do you know being very of very fan of open source even so much to say. It's not an open source business model to strategy. You seem very pure when it comes to open source and very in touch with what open source is. How did you deal with the tension that you always had the battle given what you were doing stuff. I mean i think okay but badly you know i it turns out that with open source what i care about. Is i care about people more than i care about companies. And that's not because i didn't care about my company. I care deeply about my company. It was very important to me when i ran. Now is very important to me. I take that very seriously. it's my career. it's it's important to me. When i think about open source though i don't think about companies. I think about people. And i think about the optionality that those people have in their lives that they otherwise wouldn't have had. Because that's what happens. Did for me when i was sixteen fifteen. Whatever i was and got that. I like you know slack wear on floppy disks or i think it was actually not even slack. Where like that opened up the whole world for me in terms of what i could build and my whole career mike. My whole life has sort of been sort of you can draw a straight line from floppy disks in the back of a book to wear to this podcast. And so you know that's because those opportunities were available to me because those people created open source software and put it into the world and not only. Could i use it. But i could break it. I could tinker with it. I could open it up. I could see how it worked on the inside and that allowed me to create the opportunities for myself. That eventually led to chef. Which eventually leads to like where i am now like. I'm in this lovely house. There's like deer outside and like it's my life's great you know and it's because these people did this for me they created this comments and it created this space that to me is what's important and what i care about and what i came to realize is that when i tried to take a different lens on why that mattered to me. It was false I didn't care about it because of the money. I like the money. But that's a different thing that i care about. They're not the same. Does that make sense. You're optimizing for the accessibility. Even as you said that. I thought about like my street line to this point in time and journal of this as well but my street line was gio cities which was not open-source but at an initial the ran to like putting something on the internet and ask possible. You know the next thing was figuring out how ramon site at the time. It was wordpress way back in my next thrush was ruby on rails and put on a leonard server honestly. Yeah and that's like my earliest impression to say open source and accessibility. Is this ability to be able to to play as well right to be able to see the lego. Not just the thing that gets built with a lego. Yeah what about you jared yet. What your straight line. yeah. I mean mostly come out of in college. Too is learning about lennox and seeing my call colleagues. What do you call them in college. Ranco students i'm going to stretch people like using lennox and all of these. Mb like how. Where do you buy that. Now it's all free and it's all free. I mean that's really starving. These like free as in cost freezing beer. Yeah exactly you're in college. You knew where you were. Totally free beer. Be great freeze offer. Awesome too and they really did. Go through wordpress. I think so like it was like pearl and Man lies and then wordpress brought me to the web. Yeah and then. I also went through ruby on rails route so i was ruby and etcetera but is definitely just the simple is like i can just use all the software free and that was awesome is awesome and then there's this moment where it goes from that to being a source of opportunity. Where if you want to build something or you wanna make something or you want to try something or you want to like have a career like it's all available to you. It's all open to you and like we don't all start out in life in the same position like we don't come from the same families. Same economic background saint countries like. There's a million things in our lives that influence like where we can end up or where we can go over what we can do an open. Sources this lovely thing where it turns out you can always take this software and do what you need to do with it to make your life better and there might be other reasons why you can't take advantage of that. Resource existing that resource does exist. And no one can take it away from you and no one can tell you not to do it. No one can tell you not to start and then there's even more beautiful than that as soon as you start. You're gonna find this community of people who embrace you for doing it. Who love you for doing it. Yeah who then. Also benefited from that moment and then all of a sudden. There's this huge web of people whose lives are infinitely better than they would have been before that for me like that's it that's what i care about and when i think about all the other things in open source that i'm nerdy about and i'm not about all of it that for me. That's what mattered and took a lot of soul-searching to figure that out like that. I didn't know that's how i felt until i spent like a really significant amount of time reading philosophy and like giving myself therapy and being like what is it that i want like. Why do i care what is what is this thing that matters to me. And why does it matter. It was hard. Congratulations on not being tainted by the opportunities. Because i think you can you can have this access right. And then even take that access and turn it into an opportunity to see the opportunity and then be tainted by the money or the possibility of millions or billions. I mean there's open source companies that are raising multiple hundreds of millions of dollars worth billions evaluation. And it's very tantalizing. Its very. I mean they should take it sure. But i'm i'm seeing if on the wrong side of the fence you can. It's like loki. When he touches him with the spirit immediately turned into a low gear. Whatever that's very flattering thing to say. But i'm not sure how true it is like you know like here i am and like like chef was very successful comes. Congratulations congratulations for not. I think i am okay. I guess what. I'm trying to say like Untainted by it. Do you know like i knew what i wanted like in the same way like what i wanted was to like. I don't know if you guys remember. Simeon remembers members. Amien like red carpet. I think predates both of you based on the story of your straight line. But it was like the first open source company. I remember nat friedman and miguel de causa so nat friedman the ceo of. Get help now. Miguel de causa open source superhero dot net. Mono right yes. those guys also created. No that's right end way back in the day. They.
"miguel de" Discussed on Radio Boston
"Welcome back to radio boston. Happy with you. I wanna start with cuba here. Culet by policy is important to you. You were there. When president obama traveled to commute to cuba the first time a sitting president been to the island in nearly ninety years so with all of that in mind. What is your reaction to what you've heard and are hearing from cuban-americans in massachusetts. Well you will. First of all. I all of our hearts with the cuban people and You know. I strongly believe in that. And and the right to for people to engage in peaceful and legitimate protest And i've called the cuban government to respect the rights People to protest now having said all of that I think that One simple question. I should anchor. Us policy on cuba and that is how can we improve the lives of the of the of the people of cuba I think we have to recognize that Us policy for many decades as been focused on trying to overthrow the government and to economically starved. The people for anybody tonight Acknowledged that the us embargo has had a major negative impact on the lives of average. Cuban is anyone who says that it has is not dealing with reality One of the ways we can help you. People can lift the embargo We can buy in. Reverse trump's added restrictions and he put into place when he was president. Make it easier for people. Get food syringes Other supplies and to make it easier for people to travel to cuba so with that in mind. The cuban government is blaming these protests on the us as well as the lack of supplies president. Miguel de canal broke into national television to blame the us. Restricting exports access funds tying those policies directly to the supply shortages. I hear you. I hear that any concern that putting the attention right now in the biden administration the embargoes etc gives cover to miguel diaz canal and and policy decisions in cuba..
"miguel de" Discussed on Radio Boston
"Welcome back to radio boston. Happy with you. I wanna start with cuba here. Culet by policy is important to you. You were there. When president obama traveled to commute to cuba the first time a sitting president been to the island in nearly ninety years so with all of that in mind. What is your reaction to what you've heard and are hearing from cuban-americans in massachusetts. Well you will. First of all. I all of our hearts with the cuban people and You know. I strongly believe in that. And and the right to for people to engage in peaceful and legitimate protest And i've called the cuban government to respect the rights People to protest Having said all of that I think that One simple question. I should anchor. Us policy on cuba and that is how can we improve the lives of the of the of the people of cuba I think we have to recognize that Us policy for many decades as been focused on trying to overthrow the government and to economically starved. The people for anybody tonight Acknowledged that the us embargo has had a major negative impact on the lives of average. Cuban is anyone who says that it has is not dealing with reality One of the ways we can help you. People can lift the embargo by reverse. Trump's added restrictions and he put into place when he was president. Make it easier for people. Get food syringes Other supplies and to make it easier for people to travel to cuba so with that in mind. The cuban government is blaming these protests on the us as well as the lack of supplies president. Miguel de canal broke into national television to blame the us. Restricting exports access funds tying those policies directly to the supply shortages. I hear you. I hear that any concern that putting the attention right now in the biden administration the embargoes etc gives cover to miguel diaz canal and and policy decisions in cuba..
"miguel de" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"What name to give him because as he said to himself it was not right that a horse belonging to a knight so famous and one with such merits of his own should be without some distinctive name and he strove to adapt it so as to indicate what he had been before belonging to a knight errant and what he then was for it was only reasonable that his master taking a new character he should take a new name and that it should be a distinguished and full sounding one befitting the new order and calling he was about to follow and so after having composed strikeout rejected added to unmade and remade a multitude of names out of his memory and fancy he decided upon calling him a name to his thinking lofty sonorous and significant of his condition as a hack before he became what he now was the first and foremost of all the hacks in the world having got a name for his horse so much to his taste he was anxious to get one for himself and he was eight days more pondering over this point till at last he made up his mind to call himself don quixote france as has been already said the authors of this voracious history have inferred that his name must have been beyond a doubt he cada a nutcase sada as others would have it requires acting however that the valiant ominous was not content to call himself curtly ominous and nothing more but added the name of his kingdom and country to make it famous and called himself on this of gaul he like a good night resolve to add on the name of his and to style himself don quixote of la mancha whereby he considered he described accurately his origin country and did honor to it in taking his surname from it so then his arm or being furbish te his maurienne turned into a helmet his hack christened and he himself confirmed he came to the conclusion that nothing more was needed now but to look out for a lady to be in love with for a night errand without love is like a tree without leaves or fruit or a body without.
"miguel de" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"San francisco may two thousand six don quixote volume one by miguel de wante vedra translated by john ormsby volume one chapter one which treats of the character and pursuits of the famous. Gentlemen don quixote of la mancha in a village of la mancha the name of which i have no desire to call to mind their lived not long. Since one of those gentleman that keep a lance and the lansac an old buckler aline hack. And a greyhound for coursing an owner of rather more beef than mutton a solid on most nights scraps on saturdays lentils on fridays and a pigeon or so extra on sundays made away with three quarters of his income. The rest of it went in a doublet of fine cloth and velvet breeches and shoes to match for holidays while on weekdays. He made a brave figure in his best homespun in his house housekeeper past forty a niece under twenty and a for the field and marketplace who used to saddle the hack as well as handle the bill hook. The age of this gentleman of ours was bordering on fifty. He was of a hearty habit spare gaunt featured a very early riser. And a great sportsman. They will have it. His surname was key. Honda or cassava for here. There is some difference of opinion among the authors who write on the subject although from reasonable conjectures it seems plain that he was called ki kana. This however is of little importance to our tale. It will be enough not to stray a hair's breadth from the truth. In the telling of it you must know then that the above named gentlemen whenever he was at leisure which was mostly all the year round gave himself up to reading books of chivalry with such ardor and avidity that he almost entirely neglected the pursuits of his field sports and even the management of his property and to such a pitch did his eagerness and infatuation go that he sold many an acre tillage land to buy books of chivalry to read and brought home as many of them as he could get but of all there were none. He likes so well. As those of the famous feliciano silva's composition for their lucidity of style and complicated conceits were as pearls in his sight particularly when in his reading he came upon courtship send cartels where he often found passages like the reason of the unreason with which my reason is afflicted. So weakens. my reason that with reason i'm murmur at your beauty.
"miguel de" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"The nothing to reflect it. No one is aware of the misfortune that has befallen the. It will suffice to torture and crush the that down. No est advice self indian confirmation of the truth of what i say. Let me repeat. To the extent made by the famous poet luigi ton ceelo at the end of the first part of his tears of saint peter which says thus the anguish and the shame but greater grew in peter's heart as morning slowly came. No i was there to see him. Well he knew yet. He himself was to himself a shame. Exposed to all men's gays or screened from view a noble heart will feel the pain the same apprai- to shame the sinning soul will be though none but heaven and earth that shame conc- thus by keeping it secret that will not escape thi- sorrow but rather i will shed tears unceasingly if not tears of the is tears of blood from the heart like those shed by that simple. Dr poet tells us move that tried the test of the cup which the wise rinaldo better advised refused to do for though this may be a poetic fiction. It contains a moral lesson worthy of attention and studying imitation. Moreover by what i am about to say to the that will be led to see the great error though woods. Commit tell me on some. Oh if heaven or good fortune had made the master and lawful of a diamond of the finest quality with the excellence in purity of which all the lapidary that had seen it had been satisfied saying with one voice in common consent. That impurity quality and fineness..
"miguel de" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Volume one part one. Chapter thirty three of the ingenious. Gentlemen don quixote of la mancha by miguel disadvantage as surveys are translated by john. Ormsby this lebron. Vox recording is in the public domain recording by ex patriot in bangor maine volume. One heart one chapter thirty three in which is related. The novel of ill advised curiosity in florence. A rich and famous city of italy in the province called tuscany. There live two gentlemen of wealth and quality on selma and loaf. Reo such great friends that by way of distinction. They were called by all the new them. The two friends they were unmarried young of the same age of the same tastes which was enough to account for the reciprocal friendship between them. Unsound low it is true with somewhat more inclined to seek pleasure in love and lothar ago. For whom the pleasures of the chase had more attraction but on occasion on selma would forgo his own tastes to yield to those lothar. Eeo and lethargic would surrender his to fall in with those of unsal. oh end in this way. Their inclinations kept pace. one with the other. Who the concorde. So perfect that the best regulated club could not surpass. the on. Summer was deep in love with a high born and beautiful maiden of the same city the daughter apparent so estimable and so estimable herself that he resolved with the approval of his friend lethargic without whom he did nothing to ask her of them in marriage and did so the thorough being the bearer of the demand in conducting the negotiations so much to the satisfaction of his friend that in a short time he was in possession of the object of his desires and camera so happy and having one on some over her husband that she gave. thanks unceasingly to heaven into lef- reo. By whose means such good fortune had fallen to her the first few days those of a wedding being usually days of merrymaking lethargic frequented his friend ensembles house as he had been want striving to do honour to him and to the occasion and to gratify him in every way he could win. The wedding days were over in the succession of visits. And congratulations had slackened. He began purposely to leave off going to the house of unseal mo for it seemed to him as it naturally would to all men of sense that friends houses ought not to be visited after marriage with the same frequency as in their masters bachelor days because although true and genuine friendship cannot and should not be in any way. Suspicious still married. Men's honor the thing of such delicacy that is held liable to injury from brothers much more from friends. Unsellable remark of the cessation of lethargic visits. Then complained of it to him saying that if he had known that marriage was to keep him from enjoying his society as he used he would never have married and that if by the thorough harmony that subsisted between them. While he was a bachelor they had earned such a sweet name of the two friends he should not allow title so rare and so delightful to be lost through a needless anxiety to act circumspectly and so he entreated him such a phrase with allowable between them to be once more master of his house into come in and go out as formerly assuring him that his wife camera had no other desire of inclination than that which he would wish her to have and that knowing how sincerely they loved one another. She was agreed to see such coldness in him to all this and much more than unsown will set to lithuania to persuade him to come to his house as he had been in the habit of doing a thorough replied with so much prudent sense and judgment..
"miguel de" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Pride of your ravishes lies prostrate on the ground through the strong arm of mine unless you should be pining to know the name of your deliverer. Now that i am cole. Don quixote of la mancha knight errant an adventurer and captive to the peerless and beautiful lady dulcinea delta bozo and in return for the service. You have received a me. I asked no more than that. You should return to el toboso and on my behalf. Present yourself before that lady and tell her what i've done to set you free one of the squires. In attendance upon the coach a biscay was listening. To all don quixote was saying and perceiving that he would not allow the coach to go on but with saying it must return at once to elta bozo he made at him in seizing his lance addressed him in bad castillian and worse biscay and after this fashion begun kobe. Gyro and ill go with the by the god that made me unless thou quits coach. Sleighs thou as art here. A biscay in don quixote understood him quite well in answered him very quietly if thou wert night as that were none. I should have already chastised thi- folly and rashness miserable creature to which the biscay and returned. I know gentlemen. I swear to god thou lions has i am christian. If ou- drop its lanson. Draw a sword soon. Shut thou see that were carrying water to the cat scan on land. He doggone at sea he dog at the double. And look if that's as otherwise. They'll last you will see presently set a grace replied don quixote in throwing his lance on the ground. He drew his sword braces buckler under his arm in attack. The biscayne bent upon taking his life. The biscay and when he saw him coming on though he wished to dismount from his mule in which being one of those sorry ones let out for hire he had. No confidence had no choice but to draw his sword. It was lucky for him however that he was near the coach from which he was able to snatch a cushion that served him for a shield and then they went at one another as if they had been to mortal enemies the other strove to make peace between them but could not for the biscuit and declared in his disjointed phrase that if they did not let him finish his battle he would kill his mistress and everyone that strove to prevent him lady in the coach amazed and terrified at what she saw ordered the coachman to draw aside a little and said herself to watch this severe struggle. In the course of which the biscay and smote don quixote a mighty stroke on the shoulder over the top of his buckler which given to one without armor would have left him to the waste..
"miguel de" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"Let's go on to mention a few others. Don't always have quotes from everybody but Miguel de sunday's. He's the one that wrote down curiosity member about hilton the windmills. He was put in jail. I think he was put in jail for debts. He odette so he was better. You put in jail for that De profundis by oscar wilde oscar wilde was put in jail because he was gay guy. Court engage with. Apparently somebody's powerful son hoops but that that as one of the pieces he wrote while he was in jail a john. Jay wrote our lady of the flowers while in jail gone over here okay all right nelson mandela just a little bit about him not to tear down anybody's idle or making anything worse than it is but we can't learn anything about anybody unless we know the truth about things when we live on fans fantasies and fairytales. That's how we remove ourselves from the reality of things now. Nelson mandela is one of the very few political activists in the history of mankind. Dow's actually arrested for something that he really did do. He did murder policeman. He didn't murder him in self defense. Now he went to the police station shot and killed them. He murdered policeman whether they were part of the political protests back then or the fact that he was very mad because policemen over they were literally shoot into crowds of protesters and kill people on a regular basis. Which is reason why he did that. Out of the fury of that sort of thing happening but he was convicted of an actual civilian crime You can call it political and nothing wrong with doing so but nevertheless he did murder somebody. I think murdered more than two actually and went to jail for. He converted into a more nonviolent person while in jail and revisited. Many of his His angers in his beliefs and and the things that he did want from society. Okay he Put together a book in jail that later got published when he got out of jail called conversation with myself and i find this particular patch of that book very interesting because i think you can tell that he's realizing some of the things he did some of the things he needed to change himself if he wants to be the leader that he he did..
"miguel de" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"He drew a rich ring off his finger and placed it upon mine. He then took his departure and I was left. I know not whether sorrowful are happy. All I can say is I was left agitated and troubled in mind and almost bewildered by what had taken place and I had not the spirit or else it did not occur to me to chide my maid for the treachery. She had been guilty of concealing Don Fernando in my chamber for as yet I was unable to make up my mind whether what had befallen me was for good or evil. I told Don Fernando at parting that as I was now his he might see me on other nights in the same way until it should be his pleasure to let the matter become known but except the following night. He came no more nor for more than a month could I catch a glimpse of him in the street or in church while I worried myself am watching for one? Although I knew he was in the town and almost every day went on out hunting a past time. He was very fond of I remember well how sad and jury those days and hours were to me. I remember Well how I began to doubt as they went by and even to lose confidence in the faith of Don Fernando..
"miguel de" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"By Joplin winner. Don Quixote volume 1 by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra translated by John Ormsby part 13 chapter 28, which treats of the strange and delightful adventure that befell the cure a dog and the Barbara in the same Sierra. Happy and fortunate were the times when that most daring night. Don Quixote of La Mancha was sent into the world for by reason of his having formed a resolution. So honorable as that of seeking to revive be restored to the world the long lost and almost defunct order of knight-errant re we now enjoy in this age of ours so poor in light entertainment. Not only the charm of his voracious history, but also of the Tails and episode contained in it, which are in a measure no less pleasing ingenious and truthful than the history itself which resuming its thread carded spun and wound relates that just us the curate was going to offer a consolation to Cardone know he was interrupted by a voice that fell upon his ears saying in plaintive tones. Oh God, is it possible? I have found a place that may serve as a secret grave for the weary load of this body that I supposed. It's so unwillingly if the Solitude these mountains promised deceives me not it is so woe-is-me how much more grateful to my mind will be the Society of these rocks and breaks. That permit me to complain of my Misfortune to Heaven than that about any human being for there is none on Earth to look to for counsel in doubt comfort in sorrow or relief in stress all this was heard distinctly by the curate and those with him and as it seemed to them to be uttered close by as indeed. It was they got up to look for the speaker. And before they had gone Twenty Paces. They discovered behind a rock seated at the foot of an extra a youth in the dress of a peasant whose face they were unable at the moment to see as he was leaning forward bathing his feet in the brook that flowed past. They approached so silently that he did not see them being fully occupied in bathing his feet which were so fair that they looked like two pieces of shining Crystal brought forth among the other stones of the brook the whiteness and beauty of these feet struck them with surprise for they did not seem to have been made to crush clots or to follow the plow and The Oxen as their owners dress suggested and so finding they had not been noticed the curate who was in front made assigned to the dog. To to conceal themselves behind some fragments of rock that lay there which they did observing closely what the youth was about he had on a loose double skirted dark brown jacket bound tight to his body with white cloth. He wore beside breeches and Gators of brown cloth and on his head a brown Montara and he had the Gators turned up as far as the middle of the leg which verily seem to be of pure a lone spur as soon as he had done beating his beautiful feet..
"miguel de" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Introductory note Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra was born at Alcala Dinars in Spain in 1547 of a noble Castilian family. Nothing is certainly known of his education. But by the age of twenty-three, we find him serving in the Army as a private Soldier. He was maimed for life at the Battle of Lepanto shared in a number of other engagements and was taken captive by the Morse on his way home in 1565 after five years of slavery. He was ransomed and two or three years later he returned to Spain and we took himself to the profession of letters from youth he had practiced the writing of birth and now he turned to the production of place but failing a financial success. He obtained an employment in the government offices, which he held to 1597 when he was imprisoned for a shortage in his accounts due to the dishonesty of an associate the imprisonment on this occasion lasted only till the end of the year and after a period of obscurity he issued dead. In 1605 his Masterpiece, Don Quixote. Its success was great and immediate and its reputation soon spread Beyond Spain translations of Parts into friendship sneered and in 1611 Thomas Shelton an Englishman, otherwise unknown put forth the present version in style and vitality. If not in accuracy acknowledge the most fortunate of English renderings the present volume contains the whole of the first part of the novel which is complete in itself. The second part issued in 1615 year before his death is of the nature of a sequel and is generally regarded as inferior. In writing his great novel Cervantes set out to parody the romances of chivalry. The chief of which will be found in the description of Don Quixote library in the sixth chapter of the first book, but as in the somewhat parallel case of fielding and Joseph Andrews the hero got the better of his creators purpose and the work past far beyond the limits of a mirror burlesque off. The original purpose was accomplished the literature of knight-errant re which church and state had sought without success to check was crushed by Cervantes with a single blow. But the importance of this greatest of novels is not merely or mainly that it put an into an extravagant and outworn form of fiction loosen structure and an even in workmanship issue remains unsurpassed as a masterpiece of droll humor as a picture of Spanish Life as a gallery of immortal portraits. It has in the highest degree the mark of all great art the successful combination of the particular and the universal it is true to the life of the country and age of its production and true also to General human nature everywhere and always with reference to the fiction of the Middle Ages. It is a triumphant satire with reference to Modern novels is the first and the most widely enjoyed in its author's words. It is so conspicuous and void of difficulty that children could handle him use May read him men may understand him and old men may celebrate him..
"miguel de" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Once again, Jay. We are so glad you could join us. So Jay, you and I have talked about realestate in Mexico many, many times, but not since the beginning of the pandemic. So tell me. If I've always had a dream of buying a place in Mexico is that dream now on hold or can I somehow still do it? Well, of course you could do it. The question is, Do you want to make the move right now? Without being able to go down there and look around and check out the various places you may have in mind? There are so many areas and so many different variations of the lifestyle in Mexico. That I always recommend that people take a look at it course I loved most Kabul's and the Southern Baja. That's been where my home has been for 25 years, but It's also really important that people recognize there are other places and geographically speaking. If you're from the eastern part of the United States, you might want to look at Cancun. For a Riviera Maya. And if you're from Texas, or an area like that, you might want to drive to the wonderful San Miguel de Allende or the various little towns in one of Watteau, so I always say, you know, take a look at what it is that you want. Go check it out. Find somebody who's a real estate professional in that area. So J. Assuming that I do work with a professional someone who Congar ID'd me through the complexities of buying a property in Mexico. Two questions about that first, can they show properties virtually just like so many realtors air doing here in the United States, And if so, can I buy a property site? Unseen, you know? Yeah, you can. We can show a property, but it really doesn't capture what the geographic area is. I always say you need that firsthand knowledge. And you need the trust of a real estate professional that can guide you through the differences between buying property in a foreign country. And here in the United States, I see And J. Another question about that. Are their properties available. Of course here in the United States. We hear that inventory is so short. There just aren't enough homes for all the buyers out there. How about in Mexico? There is inventory and lots of it. We went through a period in the last couple of years in Los Cobos, where about $4 billion worth of new construction went on the market. Very dramatic and beautiful, mostly condominium projects, but exclusive areas and a lot of new homes, single family homes in the mid range price area. So there's a lot of lot of inventory and It's been interrupted by the Koven 19 pandemic. And so that's sitting there and I believe when the pandemic comes to an end, and hopefully sooner than later those properties are going to be available and They are breathtaking. Well, J We still have a lot more to talk about. Can you join us again in the next hour.
Cuba names a prime minister for the first time in 43 years as it shifts presidential power
"Cuban president Miguel de as can now name tourism minister manual Marrero crews as the country's first prime minister since nineteen seventy six Moreau has been tourism minister for sixteen years presiding over rising visitors dheas canal cited morose experience in negotiating with foreign investors as his prime qualification the position of prime minister was held by Fidel Castro from nineteen fifty nine to nineteen seventy six when a new constitution changed his title to president and eliminated the post of prime
Deadly tornado tears through Cuba's capital city
"News. A shockingly powerful twister that hit Havana is blamed for death and destruction. At least three people were killed and more than one hundred seventy were hurt when a tornado spawned from powerfully windy, rainstorm struck the eastern portion of Cuba's capital city Havana Sunday night, the Islands President Miguel de as canal tweeted photos, showing rescue workers and tweets from others in the city showed pictures of crushed vehicles bad flooding and damaged homes Cuba's state-owned newspaper says the tornado was rare and came with. Warning
"miguel de" Discussed on KQED Radio
"At the end of lunch if I wanted to pay with a credit card never before have I seen people paying with credit cards in restaurants in Havana. Mario believe that rising inequality has also disproportionately affected black people. What is happening is that the owner of a private establishment like big restaurant can hire and fire at wheel because the workers are not unionized some many times, you see a sign which says we need a waitress preferably twenty to twenty five years of why this scheme, and if you have clear, blue eyes and red hair that's much better in state enterprise managers can't do that Mario thinks that economic inequality and between black and white Cubans is now in evidence, and he doubts the new president Miguel de as canal can do anything about it. And Pavel believes that race is as important as class in Cuba today. I think that the Marxist definition of social glass. Has any relevance in Cuba now? But if you force me to use the word glass, I do think that people receiving from relatives in Miami has created a social class of people who are much better off than most people. And that means white Cuban because it is mostly white Cubans who emigrated to Miami are doing well doing well enough to send back money to their funniest here parallel has become a major opposition figure. Whenever I go to meet him. I've never really sure if he'll be in jail or not even now as I interview him. He tells me the likelihood is we're being bugged. He is allowed to travel and speak freely abroad. But you won't hear his voice very often in Cuba and not just because of official censorship. Just walking down the streets of Vana. You come across wifi hotspots like this one here in this square where people are.
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"Department of human services time now for our news here with everything you need to know is rob martier lawmakers are considering a plan that would put fewer police officers in public schools and instead increase the number of social workers who are quick to handle behavioral health issues law enforcement officials say police officers are the most assured way to keep students safe the plan comes after seventeen were killed in a shooting at parkland florida high school in february cuban americans in miami art expecting much change as president miguel de l takes over from raul castro many in south florida who either fled the cuban revolution themselves or are related to people who did have been critical of the cuban government sixty five year old lord is diaz says she sees nothing to distinguish the fifty seven year old new president from his predecessor and us senator tammy duckworth of illinois getting a lot of attention as she made her way to the senate floor all my colleagues for the unanimous consent vote that we can do this thank you bundled up and close to bob senator duckworth brought her newborn daughter miley to the senate floor under new rules passed on wednesday the rule now allows newborns of senators on the floor during votes i'm rob martier traffic and weather next on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn veterans michelle scott karl blake and jesse graham was unemployed veteran after andrea fell scared worried concerned i just remember sitting there trying to move my legs first person i saw after my wife paralyzed veterans of america member they gave me outlet to find a career now they focus on the accessibility for our lives they helped me get to the point where i'm at now where i can have a.