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ISBN:
9872456534
Author:
HERIBERTO ZORRILLA
Language:
Spanish
Publisher:
EDICIONES INSTITUCIONALES (2010)
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128 pages
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Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tp.

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José Zorrilla y Moral (Spanish pronunciation: ) was a Spanish poet and dramatist. Zorrilla was born in Valladolid to a magistrate in whom Ferdinand VII placed special confidence. He was educated by the Jesuits at the Real Seminario de Nobles in Madrid, wrote verses when he was twelve, became an enthusiastic admirer of Walter Scott and Chateaubriand, and took part in the school performances of plays by Lope de Vega and Calderón de la Barca.

Heriberto Andrés Bodeant Fernández (born 15 June 1955 in Young, Río Negro Department) is a Uruguayan Roman Catholic cleric. Bodeant was born in Young, where he attended school and high school. After studying education in Paysandú, he worked in public education from 1975-1979, in his hometown. In 1980 he entered the inter-diocesan seminary "Christ the King" in Montevideo, Uruguay. He studied philosophy and theology at the Theological Institute of Uruguay and obtained his degree in theology

Prólogo de José Zorrilla ~ No terminado por Zorrilla, el poema fue continuado por García de Quevedo quien compuso toda la Segunda Parte ~ Holandesa piel, lomo decorado y con título en oro ~ 383+p ~ 21x15x3cm. Falto de anteportada

Prólogo de José Zorrilla ~ No terminado por Zorrilla, el poema fue continuado por García de Quevedo quien compuso toda la Segunda Parte ~ Holandesa piel, lomo decorado y con título en oro ~ 383+p ~ 21x15x3cm. Falto de anteportada. Mancha de agua afectando todas las hojas. Bookseller Inventory 4175B. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details.

Zorrilla wrote effortlessly: he was an improviser who made his name with his leyendas . Spanish Books - Biography of Jose Zorrilla.

Zorrilla wrote effortlessly: he was an improviser who made his name with his leyendas ( legends ), which told of remote times and places. His first collection of verse legends, Cantos del trovador (1841), however, suffered-like much of his other poetry-from its carelessness and verbosity. Zorrilla’s greatest success was achieved with his version of the Don Juan story, the play Don Juan Tenorio (1844). Written while he was in his 20s and later despised by him as a failure, it was the most popular play of 19th-century Spain and is still frequently performed. All Poetry - Biography of Jose Zorrilla y Moral.