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17th Century In Literature - New Books and Plays
... Suárez first published Satiromastix - Thomas Dekker 1602 Rymes by Lope de Vega Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare Antonio and Mellida (play) - John Marston Mirum in Modum (poetry) - John Davies of ... by William Shakespeare Jersulam Conquered (epic poem) by Lope de Vega Fourre Birds of Noahs Arke - Thomas Dekker 1610 Sidereus Nuncius by Galileo Galilei. 1649 Eikon Basilike - John Gauden 1650 Silex scintillans - Henry Vaughan 1651 El alcalde de Zalamea - Pedro Calderón de la Barca Leviathan - Thomas Hobbes Reliquiae Wottonianiae - Sir Henry Wotton (pos ...
Émile Faguet
... Auguste Émile Faguet ( 17 December 1847, La Roche-sur-Yon, Vendée – 7 June 1916, Paris) was a French author and literary critic ... Faguet was born at La Roche-sur-Yon, and educated at the École normale supérieure in Paris ... After teaching for some time in La Rochelle and Bordeaux, he returned to Paris to act as assistant professor of poetry in the university ...
Juan Nicolás Böhl De Faber
... Juan Nicolás Böhl de Faber (Hamburg, 1770 - Cádiz, 1836) was a German lover of Spanish literature and culture ... of Spanish/Swiss novelist Cecilia Böhl de Faber, aka "Fernán Caballero" ... as overseeing the warehouses held by Sir James Duff and his nephew William Gordon at Puerto de Santa María ...
Pedro Calderón De La Barca
... Pedro Calderón de la Barca y Barreda González de Henao Ruiz de Blasco y Riaño usually referred as Pedro Calderón de la Barca (17 January 1600 – 25 May 1681), was a dramatist, poet and writer of the Spanish ... Born when the Spanish Golden Age theatre was being defined by Lope de Vega, he developed it further, his work being regarded as the culmination of the Spanish Baroque theatre ...
X Vietnam (album) - Track Listing
... Por Vietnam"/Along Vietnam (Jaime Gómez Rogers - Eduardo Carrasco) "Que la tortilla se vuelva"/May the tables turn (Chicho Sánchez Ferlosio - From ...

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