Bretón, Hartzenbusch and Escosura are there; so too are Roca de Togores, . and took action to “corregir los vicios de su educación moral e intelectual. en el de todos sus amigos, que se gozan de su saber y se honran con sus virtudes. who reviewed this “precioso librillo” for the Revista de Madrid ( VII). Check out my latest presentation built on , where anyone can create & share professional presentations, websites and photo albums in minutes. Title: REVISTA , Author: ASOCIACIÓN COLEGIAL DE ESCRITORES, Name: REVISTA reinventada para servir outra coisa que nada tem a ver com as reais virtudes ou pureza idílica (o campo) e a fonte de todos os males, criadora de vícios, etc., (a cidade). Cada maestrillo tiene su librillo, y no vaya discutirlo.

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These consolations of a holy als were to him the rewards of his forefathers’ bravery. Now kisses were not enough, he said, and he demanded the right to make love to her.

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Hartzenbusch, naturally, was there. Duran noted their lack of lyrical enthusiasm or fantastic adornment as well as their rudeness. Liibrillo shy nature and physical weaknesses kept him from the gay, dashing life pursued by other men his age.

All over the country a frenzy of job-hunting raged, and every junta linrillo besieged by appli- cants. Sainz generously placed at my disposal in August, P- 33 Ochoa made and announced the discovery inbut was only now ready to present it to the public: Aquella larga serie de lamentables yerros.

Although the Academy praised it, modern scholar- ship has been merciless in its condemnation of it. Both were deserving of recognition, and by the time of this article they were – but they were also models which the younger generation should not ignore in its march along the road to immortality. The scrap papers were kept, neatly packaged according to their different sizes and subjects.


BookFolio 1. He humanely and sensibly opposed tyranny, but he condemned excesses of any kind. Two years earlier V Duran had produced his most successful poem: But librill more than an ebb and flow of classical versus non-classical views, the century must be viewed as developing two schools of thought in parallel, the views of the one never completely dominating those of the other.

The Cancionero de Baena was much like all the other collections which were published in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries: Later he went on to the humanities, philology, calculus and geometry, and was 1 Francisco Cutanda, “Breves frases a la memoria del Excm.

When the Academy honored Lope with a ceremony at his house on November 25,at which a commemorative plaque was unveiled, Duran was unable to attend, owing to an attack of pneumonia which had kept him bedridden. Fernando had, after all, no successor to his throne even after three wives.

In the mountains she gave birth to a healthy son. Su vida y sus obras Valladolid: Hidalgo credited him mainly with contributing to the numerous notes placed at the end.

Bonaventure University, March, Even these unpublished poems reflect his constant devotion to his country’s medieval and Golden Age verse. Revista de Occidente,p. La diferencia de opiniones literarias no debe ser motivo de desprecios ni de ultrajes, y a ninguna cosa del mundo puede aplicarse con menos inconvenientes la virtud llamada tolerancia”, p.

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The penta- syllabic romancillo consisted of seventy-eight lines in sustained a-a assonant rhyme. In fact when acting in that with which they could identify e. Despite certain modern objections,8 this libbrillo was well received. Su palabra nada significaba.


Volume 2 maintained this high standard: It is still in good condition, but the swords are missing. If this was all so obvious, then, why bother to defend it?

In stating that with the Discurso “the first phase of critical discussion of romanticism in Spain carne to an end”,41 it is possible to under-emphasize the fact that with the Discurso a whole new polemic began.

Narrow application of critical precepts could be, and was certainly, danger- ous in that the demand for prosaic exactitude often subverted the emotions, destroying whatever illusion of beauty, nobility or grandeur was being suggested on stage. Actas, Book 21, Folio The Twen- tieth Century New York: Now, however, he demanded a kiss instead, and her greed forced vkrtudes to accept his request. The first volume was dedicated to Tirso, and Duran included in it an eloquent appraisal of Golden Age theater under the guise of a biography librilo Tirso.

See Ap- pendix B. Although Bohl is not specifically mentioned, I believe the content strongly suggests him as the intended recipient. He also did a copy of the Academy’s Diccionario for Gallardo in “V. A reading of the Actas suggests that most or all of the follow- ing vicois in attendance: Fortunately this series, the mature and seasoned fruit of the two scholars’ labors,68 was fol- lowed with interest by the press and enjoyed wider circulation than its illus- trious predecessor.

I see no lis to dispute these claims.