${_EscapeTool.xml($blog.imageAltTxt)}

On Display: Editions of Don Quixote

This year marks the 400th anniversary of Miguel de Cervantes’ classic tale, and the University is celebrating the occasion with several programs.

Published in two volumes ten years apart (1605 and 1615), Don Quixote is one of the most influential novels written. As a result, it has been released in dozens of editions (and languages) over the centuries, often with engaging illustrations. A selection of some of these, including a number of rare and illustrated editions, will be on view in the gallery.

This exhibit is free and open to the public. Open during library hours. Part of the University of Dayton's Don Quixote series. See more information on Rights. Rites. Writes. and ArtsLIVE

Image: Don Quixote by Edy Legrand (1892-1970), illustration from the 1951 Heritage Press edition.

Previous Post

A Catholic Comic-Con

Many of the most famous comic books today, and in the past, focus on superheroes and other types of fantasy. Another genre of comics focusing on Christian themes has quietly existed right alongside these more well-known books, and we have a collection of them right here in the U.S. Catholic Special Collection in Roesch Library.

Read More
Next Post

Mind-bending, awe-inspiring

Two outstanding exhibits featuring creative interpretations of Alice and Mary at University Libraries are in their final weeks. See “Inspired by Realism: Reconquering the Figurative Image of Mary" before July 31 and our Dalí exhibit before Aug. 16

Read More