It was his own self that he was chasing after his life. Who was? Who wanted to be? Where to stand, what to do, what ways to deviate, where should it finally arrive? The world recognized him as the first del madman of the world için either because he had answered all of these questions at once, or because he had found no answer at all from a different aspect of the coin. He was acting according to his head, living. His path passed through wars, captivity, jail, and although he stumbled along these roads, he did not stop fighting to resist his schizorfrenic fears. One day he knew that it was literature that would save him, that when he lived his black life and reached the end of the road, the white light was waiting for him. It would only have kept the path a little longer, when it reached the end there was no time for a world to enjoy it. He was born into poverty, struggled and lived with a lot of misfortunes, and died without tasting wealth. But he was one of those who discovered eternity. When Cervantes opened his eyes to the world as the fourth of seven children of Madame Leonor de Cortinos and Rodrigo de Cervantes, a poor family in the Alcala de Henares district of Madrid, in 1547, his family called him Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. Knowledge of Jewish origin would have been the subject of numerous investigations over the centuries. According to some researchers, the date of birth was 1547 in the official records. As to whether he was Jewish, there would be no definite conclusion. In 1562, his uncle sent him to a Jesuit School in Seville. However, due to the poverty of his family, he could not complete his education and came to Madrid. Cervantes did not have a regular education life. But in Madrid, he would find the opportunity to self-grow. He started to be interested in literature as a child. He further developed his imagination, which was superior to what he wrote and read. Actually, he was an adventurer. He was a man of his time.
His path would go through slavery, go wrong, go to jail many times, and one day what he did best was write. Cervantes was 21 when he suffered his first unfortunate accident. In Madrid, a woman was seriously injured in a duel because of his fire. Yeah, he was guilty. But his crime wasn’t just wounding his opponent. According to the laws of the time, it was a crime in itself to participate in the duel. The law said the result was heavy penalties. In a court established in the absence of Cervantes, he decided to cut off his right wrist in front of the public and deported him to the borders of the Kingdom of Spain for 10 years. Now Cervantes had to do something to get rid of this punishment. This wasn’t just about sweetness. He had high expectations from life in literature. Maybe now he was a dreamer; but he could. He couldn’t accept the absence of his right hand holding a pen and a sword. He had to find a way to make himself forget. First he went to Valencia and then to Catalonia. Then he decided to go abroad. He had the last resort to flee to Italy. In 1570, he began to work in the service of Cardinal Acquaviva in Italy. Meanwhile, there was a great fear of the Ottomans over Europe. The biggest shock they experienced when they lost Cyprus and Tripoli. In 1570, the Ottoman sultan II. When Selim conquered Cyprus, Pope Pius V called for unity against the Ottomans. The increasing dominance of the Ottoman Empire in the Mediterranean triggered another Crusade. In 1959, the Knights of Malta, led by Tripoli, united several states, such as Spain, the Papacy, Sicily, Malta, Naples, Monaco, Genoa, Florence, and created a great Crusader Navy against the Ottoman supremacy in the Mediterranean. Cervantes went to Naples during this period of fugitive and joined the Spanish troops as a volunteer to join the Crusade. 4. At the beginning of the Crusader Navy, King of Spain II. Felipe’s brother, the illegitimate son of V. Carlos, had Don Juan de Austria. On October 7, 1571, the Ottomans and the Crusaders fought off the Inebahti off the borders of Greece. Cervantes was in the Spanish galley called ques Marquesa.. The Ottomans suffered their first major defeat at sea. The return of this war on the Cervantes front was like proof that fate could not be avoided. Cervantes escaped to save his right hand and was injured in his left hand and chest in battle. He was sent to Mesina for treatment; It took six months. But he never used his left arm again. The prisoner is down.
Cervantes returned to military service the following year. He took part in Corfu, Navarino, Tunisia and Halkavud campaigns organized by the Crusaders against the Ottomans respectively.
Cervantes wanted to raise his military rank to captain. Four years had passed since the Battle of the Inebahtı, which he first participated. He was very resentful that he still could not raise his rank. During the Halkavud Campaign, in September 1575, on the way they took the galley called “Sol’ from Naples to Spain, the Ottoman galleys took everyone including Cervantes and his brother to Algeria. Cervantes was captured by a Turkish sailor named Deli Mehmet Reis. This prisoner’s life in Algeria would last for five years. He tried to escape many times but failed. Cervantes, who began to live as a slave in Algeria, came to the slavery of the Algerian Hasan Pasha. The irony of his life came into play again. Having trained as a Jesuit priest, Cervantes was later brought to Istanbul as a prisoner worker, and the irony of passing through the priest’s education was his mustache, while he worked in the construction of the Kılıç Ali Paşa Mosque built by Mimar Sinan in Tophane. Life makes you taste every emotion as long as you breathe. Cervantes was destined to work on the construction of a mosque for the nation he fought on the opposite front c Moreover, the mosque was built by Kılıç Ali Pasha who stood on the opposite front. He was the undefeated commander of İnebahtı, Uluç Ali Pasha. After the war, the captain was brought to the Deryalı alı Kılıç Ali Pasha anıl began to be known as. Fortunately, at the end of five years, his family had completed the ransom. According to other sources, this step in Cervantes life ended when Kılıç Ali Paşa freed all slaves working in the construction of the mosque. After 5 years of adventure in North Africa and Istanbul, Cervantes was finally returning to his homeland. Finally, on September 19, 1580, Cervantes returned to his country. He was sure that he would take a mission from the palace. Undoubtedly this was the biggest disappointment over all this time. In 1581 the King of Spain II. Felipe sent him to Oran. But Cervantes was again unemployed after a while. Every job he took was falling apart. His craving for the Crusades, as if he hadn’t been able to find what he had hoped for, was still breaking his nerves. He was so hopeful that his “heroism” in the war would bring him considerable salary in Spain. However, he was given accounting only in one of the navy’s warehouses. Whether the source of his dissatisfaction was envy or jealousy, Cervantes’ name was involved in a fraud business. After serving a period of imprisonment and serving his sentence, his mixed feelings would not improve. His first novel,Every man had a black face and a white face? Cervantes shouldn’t describe himself, or should he say unpleasant, how much behavior, how much emotion he had on the black side, his face turned to the side of white and immersed in his hand the feathered divit – I think he must have written exactly that way – everything seems to change. As in all of our lives. Cervantes wrote about 30 in the process from the beginning to the end. At the same time, he was trying to complete his first novel. Cervantes finally published his first novel, La Galatea, in 1584. Married Cervantes Cervantes was the daughter of a woman who had an affair with Ana Franca de Rojas in the year she published her first novel. He did not, however, soon marry Catalin de Salazar, the daughter of a wealthy farmer in the same year. He had to do something more besides financially writing. He was married now. He started to work as a warehouse supervisor in the navy to support his family. Due to some irregularities observed during his post, Cervantes was found guilty, albeit indirectly. Once again the prison paths appeared. After getting out of jail, he started to work as a tax collector. He was fired from his civil service until 1597 for a reason that did not go into sources. Cervantes presumably wrote the theater, which he wrote as the verse, which he named Katal Katalina Sultan of Oeviedolu Katalina Sultan üç in the early 1600s. Mostly in this book he talked about Istanbul, especially Topkapi Palace. Events in the work, XVI. century III. Murat was passing during the sultanate. Cervantes, while presenting autobiographical sections as in his other works, also touched upon the realities of his time. Don Quixote turned into classic Cervantes could not feel well because of the negative developments in his life. At one point he intended to go to America; however, this was not possible. Eventually Cervantes decided to devote himself entirely to writing. However, this was not a material solution. His plays, poems and novel had not yet brought him expectations. He had neither material nor moral gain. He continued to write with curiosity when his fortune, which had not turned away from poverty since childhood, would return. Finally, in 1605, he wrote Don Quijote (Don Quixote), which would not lose its fame for centuries. Obviously, it was a reward for continuing without losing hope. The reward of knowing to turn white from our black sides. Miguel de Cervantes is dead,
Don Quixote was Cervantes’ milestone in his life, struggling with poverty. But he was already 60 years old. His first volume was published in Madrid by the publisher Juan de La Cuaste. But nobody wanted to make the second edition. Only 10 years later, when Francisso de Robles became interested, Don Quixote was reprinted and the book was discovered almost all over the world. Cervantes had finally achieved his goal. He was given a salary of 70,000 Ducado. But everything in life would not go in a routine. Or maybe he would have gone back to Cervantes routine. He was going to make a fortune and live with it, he didn’t falter. Cervantes closed his eyes with William Shakespeare, who died on 23 April 1616 in Madrid on Stratford on Avon the same day. He was 69 years old. According to sources, Cervantes and his wife were also buried in the Trinitarian Monastery, built between 1698 and 1730. However, the exact location of the grave was not known. In 2015, a group of about 30 researchers set out to locate the cemetery of Cervantes. Infrared cameras, three-dimensional scanning devices and special radars as a result of research studies, Cervantes’e announced that the grave and bones.