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The Iowa Review

Volume 26 Issue 3 Fall 1996

Cervantes Institute Mark Axelrod

Follow this and additional works at: https://ir.uiowa.edu/iowareview Part of the Creative Writing Commons Recommended Citation Axelrod, Mark. "Cervantes Institute." The Iowa Review 26.3 (1996): 161-162. Web. Available at: https://doi.org/10.17077/0021-065X.4519

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Article 38

the

through

18th

continued

family

it along century passing until it was the business

to his daughter, Titia. The a to sold Dutch eventually

sold off part of its assets to Japanese A vestige of the original company, out of Santa Maria, California.

in 1968 which conglomerate American in 1987. interests called

DenMat,

Cervantes

After

the

operates

and now

Institute

initial

of post-partum which suddenly

publishing

of Don After

despondency. was lost to him.

fell Quixote, Cervantes all it was Cervantes'

into

a kind

life's work

One could not blame the depression the publication of Don Quixote since the novel met with popular success. it was due to the book's lack of financial success, for Perhaps even was was it Don not going Quixote critically well-received, though to make Cervantes to dock a yacht in Mallorca. Most enough money was due to an accumulation the depression believe of so many minor on

in his life: his physical disability, his enslavement, his impris his the financial of his onment, condition, bungled rejection plays. to stage Cervantes' By 1611 it was clear no one wanted plays and his to the point the family moved situation had deteriorated financial into tragedies

161

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rather

conditions

squalid the realization

on the Calle

de Le?n

that no one wanted

in Madrid.

Faced with

Quixote Pt II was from his other still in-progress and little was financially a This the idea of Cervantes considered prose, becoming therapist. of Lemos, Viceroy of Naples idea came at the suggestion of the Count his plays, to be gained

that Don

to Cervantes. The Count gave money suggested who occasionally to deal with than the better than Cervantes problems psychological man who dealt with the vicissitudes in Don Quixote. of male menopause who

was

Cervantes

to fund

offered lems

associated

In 1614

a Cervantes with

venture devoted

his creative

subjects methods

male

the doors

was

on

to embark

reluctant

Institute mid-life

devoted

until

to psychological

the Count prob

crisis.

to the Cervantes

an immediate

such a venture

were

and the opened fiction and Cervantes quit writing on a variety of to writing books self-help Institute

success.

energies as: The Jealous Extremaduran The of dealing with jealousy),

such

(which dealt with new-age Illustrious Kitchen Maid (de

to improving for domestic and The De self-esteem economists) to correct to how and poten (a book devoted recognize ceitful Marriage best-sellers The became tial marital books all paperback problems).

voted

and even

the therapy and the writing outsold Don Quixote. However, a physical he died he but before toll on the aging Cervantes, friend Cide Hamete the rights to his dearest Benengeli relinquished to franchise the institute which who began spread throughout Spain, took

then

to South

America

after today, almost four centuries in Orange mental health County.

162

to California where and, finally, to promote it continues its inception,

and Mexico

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