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Corpus Aristotelicum

A gross error made by contemporary critics, maintained Duran, was their suggestion that the masters of Spain’s past literature did not know the classics, and this is why their works were so non-classical. Rivadeneyra,Sorbe, p.

Who brazenly mixed verse and prose? Yet he frequently embellished his writings with obsequious praise of Fernando’s benevolence and magnanimity, qualities which Duran fully realized the king lacked.

The first two articles dealt directly with the monarchy as the only appropriate form of government for Spain, and Duran strengthened the posi- tion which he had established for himself as a stout monarchist in the Discurso ols passionate, if at times hysterical, tones.

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There were, to be sure, those who agreed with Boileau, whether they had vicos influenced by him directly, or had developed their ideas indepen- den tly. This obviously referred to the mid-forties since Lista died inGallego in At any rate, he worked in the Royal Ghancery as a civil lawyer for a very short time, after which he returned to his father’s house in Madrid.


Years later he was equally convinced of the existence of earlier, unwritten romances: French refinement had so distorted the critical eye, that even Spanish critics had jumped on the bandwagon of abuse Duran himself admitted taking this viewpoint for a while during his early studies.

Duran did not suspect that he would later be the re- cipient of that same violent language. The important emphasis carne with Schlegel’s insistence on the new element unknown to linrillo Ancients – Christianity – a new symbolic mythology that changed man profoundly, and expressed itself most accurately, he felt, in the chivalry of the Middle Ages.

Judging by the fate of the later Talla, one may be assured that he was not exaggerating.

In their flight he made things miserable for her until she could stand no more. It will attempt to analyze various conflicting views and to present him through a study of his life, critical activities and original literary compositions. They set out to destroy the appreciation of Spanish theater in order to supplant it with French “good taste”: OfEcial sanction carne with his admission into the Academy that same year. In tone ls quality these were much the same as the first verses; with obligatory praise of the rulers, he hailed their desired offspring.

Certificaciones de a The mere mixture of forms and disregard of the rules was, however, unconvincing in and of itself. Duran alluded to Quintana as forerunner of the freedom and patriotism patent in romanticism not so namedstrained as it was through the difficult War of Independence.

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Abo, the kind people at the following institutions receive my warmest appreciation: Garlos IV y su augusto hijo D. He also ruled out, like Boileau and the neo-Aristotelians, tragicomedy and historical anachronism as valid poetical possibilities.


The product may, certainly, be a great artistic achievement, but it of 15 Ibid. He recognized the poetic laa Epistolario, XXV.

Wolf’s detailed criticisms can be found in his Historia. Those critics who had consistently sided with Duran continued to support his interpretations of these dramas. An autographed copy which the author gave to Duran is in the Biblioteca Nacional. His dominant concern was now the Biblioteca Nacional, and he continued his activities there on behalf of a better library service.

Heinecio, juntando la lectura de sus Recitaciones, consultando como previene el mismo los Comentarios de Arn. Quintana was at the same time working on the prologue, but Duran had to be cirtudes in libdillo assignment,56 busy no doubt as a result 50 Eco del Comercio, VII Now, however, he demanded a kiss instead, and her greed forced her to accept his request.

Gallardo appeared to have become obsessed with these attacks. Antes ha sido la obra que las reglas. Frequently, he got side-tracked into digressions on subjects ranging from social utopia, communism and socialism, atheism, the equality of man, political lo, and man’s moral nature, to bibliophilia and the generosity of the Andalusians.

A reading of the Actas suggests that most or all of the follow- ing were in attendance: