Cervantes improves health and makes better writers


"Mexican writer Carlos Fuentes hailed the legacy of Miguel de Cervantes, saying his masterpiece 'Don Quixote' paved the way for all modern-day novelists.

In an interview here with EFE, Fuentes said he reads Cervantes' most famous work every year 'as a matter of personal health' and always has the sense that he is 'reading it for the first time'.

'Cervantes lets you know what you can't do as a writer because he already did it better, but he also gives you clues about what you can do because he paved the way,' the 82-year-old author said."

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