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Download El Amante Liberal (The Liberal Lover) Audiobook (Unabridged)

Extended Audio Sample El Amante Liberal (The Liberal Lover) (Unabridged) Audiobook, by Miguel de Cervantes
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Ricardo es un caballero siciliano que está cautivo en Turquía y que cuenta a su amigo, el renegado Mahamut, la causa de su cautiverio. En Trápani vivía una doncella que se llamaba Leonisa, a cuya gran hermosura los poetas cantaban que tenían los cabellos de oro, y que eran sus ojos dos resplandecientes soles y sus mejillas, purpúreas rosas; sus dientes, perlas; sus labios, rubíes; su garganta, alabastro; y que sus partes con el todo y el todo con sus partes hacían una maravillosa y concertada armonía Ricardo se enamora de ella pero no es correspondido, ya que al parecer ella sentía inclinación por Cornelio. Durante una reyerta entre Ricardo y Cornelio y sus parientes en un jardín de la costa, aparecen los turcos y se llevan cautivos a Ricardo y a Leonisa, mientras que Cornelio puede huir a tiempo.

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About the Author

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547–1616), novelist, playwright, and poet, was born in Spain of an ancient but impoverished family. After studying in Madrid, he became a soldier and was wounded in battle. He was taken by pirates in 1575, put in prison at Algiers, and was ransomed five years later. He spent the remainder of his life struggling to earn a livelihood from literature and humble government employment. His first attempt at fiction was a pastoral novel, La Galatea (1585), which was followed by his masterpiece, The Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha (1605).