You need to write a paper on the picaresque novel.
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You want dissertations about Don Quijote by Miguel de Cervantes.
- From the Advanced Search page, click the drop down menu for the first row and select Subject heading (all). Click Look up subjects, select Begins with, then enter the name Cervantes, Miguel de and click on Find. Select the name and click on Add to Search.
- On the bottom part of the Advanced search page, under Source type, select Dissertations & Theses.
- Click Search.
- On the result list, click the filter for Subject on the sidebar to the left. You will see that you can select either Don Quijote or Don Quixote, both works since the list of subject terms is bilingual.
- From the top of the results page (under the search box) click Save search/alert, then select Create alert to receive an email when new results are loaded into Bibliografía de la Literatura Española that meet your search criteria.
- Enter your email address, choose the email format, and schedule your alert based on when you would like to receive an email of your results and how long you would like the alert to last.
- Click create alert.