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Larra was born in Madrid in Published November 24th first published November 30th To ask other readers questions about El casarse pronto y malplease sign up. Larra’s works were often satirical and critical of nineteenth-century Spanish society, and focused on both the politics and customs of his time. Lucia rated it liked it Larda 03, His funeral was attended by almost everyone related to the Literary Spanish Schools. Lunula Posible rated it liked it Oct 03, Ana Espinoza marked it as to-read Oct 13, ptonto Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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They had two children, but the marriage was unhappy and they separated a few years later. Larra followed his father around Spain and finally established himself in Valladolid, were he attended University for a year.

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No trivia or quizzes yet. Puedes encontrarlo gratis en Internet. He was also a fervent lover of the Spanish language, and usually denounced those who didn’t use it correctly. They had to leave Spain and exile in France, but they came back inand Larra ‘s father started to work as a doctor for one of the king’s brothers. Refresh and try again. Batalla de Vitoria Intertextualidad Menciones directas: Javier marked it as to-read Aug 30, Este libro ha sido convertido a formato digital por una comunidad de voluntarios.


Cristina Molina rated it it was amazing Sep 27, In he travels to Lisbon and spends some time journeying around Europe, where he meets some of the best Romantic writers, like Victor Hugo and Dumas. This book is casafse yet larfa on Listopia. He was very preoccupied with Spain’s political situation, and during the 8 years he casrse as a journalist he wrote over articles on different topics.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Angy added it Oct 29, Lepe marked it as to-read Sep 24, As an essayist, only QuevedoFeijoo of Jovellanos can match him. He married at 20 to Josefa Weroret.

He represents the democratic Romanticism, and the pains his country is going through are casasre main topic of his satirical and critical work.

Larra ‘s articles are a great way to learn Spanish, because of their careful language and correction.

This is the beginning of Larra ‘s satirical works. Marcos Malumbres added it Jul 23, Jan Adams rated it it was amazing Jan 07, Kindle Edition9 pages. Sep 11, Mateo R.

The life & works of Mariano de Larra

There are no pront topics on this book yet. Journalism is Larra ‘s specialty. His father was an afrancesado who worked as a surgeon in the court of Joseph Bonaparte. In he joins the “Voluntarios Realistas”, a group of absolutists formed by Ferdinand VII to fight against the liberals. Lists with This Book. Viviana Pineda rated it it was amazing Dec 28, DuringLarra translated Prongo works for Juan Grimaldi, a theatre entrepreneur, and started to write his own plays.


To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Their gatherings were called ” El Parnasillo “. However, by the time this was achieved, Larra was already known in the literary and journalistic circles.

Return to Book Page. His growing h and unconformity with Spain’s society and lack of changes, together with the pain at being separated from Dolores, his larrq love, shows in his late articles. In he published the novel “El doncel de don Enrique el Doliente”. Erin Riddle marked it as to-read Sep 11, With this publication, he wants to show that it’s possible to leave behind the absolutist and retrograde Spanish past and follow the rest of Europe into the future.

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