Don Quixote?: Was it Cervantes or Bacon who crafted the famous tale?

By John Tiffany. We are taught in school, and take it for granted, that the famous Spanish writer Miguel Cervantes wrote the world’s first great novel,Don Quixote. Seems natural. But when you think about it, what evidence is there?

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We have no manuscript, no letter, no diary entries, no will, no record of any payment for this novel. There is not even a marked grave for Cervantes. As this article reveals, the preponderance of the evidence is that Don Quixote was written by the English super genius Francis Bacon. [Read the entire article as PDF…]


Taken from

The Barnes Review, September/October 2013: The Real Don Quixote: Was it Cervantes or Bacon?

VOLUME XIX, NUMBER 5


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