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Cervantes and the Modern Latin American Narrative. In his already classic Books of the Brave , the recently deceased Irving Leonard records how, by the spring of , as the annual fleets made their way to the New World, numerous copies of the just published El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha crossed the Atlantic. In fact, by his sedulous calculations, Leonard estimates that a good portion of the book's first printing made the voyage, and that not a few of the volumes met a fate common to travelers at the time by sinking to the depths of the ocean. But many did make it to the ports of Spain's American empire, and a mere two years after the publication of Cervantes' book in the figures of the knight and his squire made their appearance in a Lima carnival. We know, however, again thanks to Leonard, that because of the imperial bureaucracy's lax discharge of its duties, this prohibition was mostly observed in the breach, as were other government decrees, which were greeted with the cagey formula "se acata, pero no se cumple" "complied with, but not implemented". The Quijote 's early and furtive journey to what would become Latin America, prefigures the book's perplexing legacy in the literary history of the region.