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stereotypes of Gypsies in Cervantes’ novel The Little Gypsy Girl

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra,“The Novel of the Little Gypsy Girl,”in Exemplary Novels, trans. Edith Grossman (New Haven: Tale University Press,2016):11-68. Essay Question: Discuss at least 3 stereotypes of Gypsies in Cervantes’ novel The Little Gypsy Girl.
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