El reo de muerte espronceda
Poesia, Romances y Sonetos by Espronceda Jose dePoesias: -A la patria -A una dama burlada -A una estrella -Al sol -Cancion de la muerte (Debil mortal no te asuste) -Cancion del pirata -Canto a Teresa -Despedida del patriota griego de la hija del apostata -El arrepentimiento -El canto del cosaco -El mendigo -El pescador -El reo de muerte -El verdugo (De los hombres lanzado al desprecio) -Guerra -Himno al dos de mayo -La cautiva -La desesperacion -Oscar y Malvina -Serenata -A jarifa en una orgia Romances: -A la noche Sonetos: -A *** -A la muerte de Torrijos y sus companeros -A un ruisenor -Fresca, lozana, pura y olorosa
Poesías líricas y fragmentos épicos
Este libro ha sido convertido a formato digital por una comunidad de voluntarios. Puedes encontrarlo gratis en Internet. He was son of an officer in the Bourbon regiment. On the close of the war he was sent to the preparatory school of artillery at Segovia, and later became a pupil of the poet Lista, then professor of literature at St Matthew's College in Madrid. In his fourteenth year he had attracted his master's attention by his verses, and had joined a secret society. Sentenced to five years' seclusion in the Franciscan convent at Guadalajara, he began an epic poem entitled Pelayo, of which fragments survive.
Espronceda es el hombre -tipo del romanticismo español, su Représentative man, . y Victor Hugo, que pronto se oirá vibrar en el Pirata y en el Reo de muerte.
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Espronceda was born in Almendralejo , at the Province of Badajoz. When he was 15 years old, he formed a secret society named " Los Numantinos " alongside his friends Ventura de la Vega and Patricio de la Escosura , conspiring against Ferdinand VII and intending to avenge the death of Rafael del Riego. For this, he was imprisoned in a monastery and exiled. On his return to Spain in , he became active in the extreme left -wing of Spanish political culture. Espronceda is also known for his affair with Teresa Mancha , for whom he wrote "Canto a Teresa" from El diablo mundo. He died of diphtheria in Having been inspired to a literary career by his teacher Alberto Lista , Espronceda began to write the historical poem El Pelayo during his stay in the monastery.
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