Alfonso X of Castile - Espana Mudejar
Imagenes de Zaragoza y Toleod con musica atribuida a Alfonso X el Sabio (Cantigas de Santa Maria) interpretada por la Boston Camerata (Joel Cohen) y la Schol...
Santiago Rusiñol
Santiago Rusiñol (1861 - 1931) was a Spanish Catalan post-impressionist/Decadent painter, author, and playwright. He was born in Barcelona in 1861, and died ...
Claudio Rodriguez Fer
Claudio Rodríguez Fer (Lugo, Galicia, 1956) is a Galician writer. He is the author of numerous literary works (poetry, narrative, theatre and essay) in the Galician language and of works of modern lit...
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Josep Yxart
Josep Yxart (1852–1895) was a Spanish writer.He translated to Spanish works by Friedrich von Schiller. Joan Sardà i Lloret and Narcís Oller were his pupils, and he also encouraged Joan Maragall, Santi...
Raimundo Diosdado Caballero
Raimundo Diosdado Caballero (June 19, 1740 - January 16, 1830 or April 28, 1829) was a Catholic miscellaneous writer, chiefly ecclesiastical. Born at Palma in the island of Majorca on June 19, 1740. H...
Faustino Arévalo
Faustino Arévalo (23 July 1747 at Campanario, Badajoz in Extremadura, Spain – 7 January 1824 at Madrid) was a Spanish Jesuit hymnographer and patrologist.He entered the Society of Jesus in 1761, but w...
Joaquín Lorenzo Villanueva
Joaquín Lorenzo Villanueva (1757–1837) was a Spanish priest, historian and writer. He was educated at the University of Valencia, and became a prominent historian of the Church. He was appointed court...
Mariano José de Larra
Mariano José de Larra (24 March 1809 – 13 February 1837) was a Spanish romantic writer best known for his numerous essays and his infamous suicide. His works were often satirical and critical of the 1...
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Juan de Valdés
Juan de Valdés (c.1500 – August 1541) was a Spanish religious writer.He was the younger of twin sons of Fernando de Valdés, hereditary regidor of Cuenca in Castile, where Valdés was born. He ha...
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José Suárez Carreño
José Suárez Carreño (1915-2002) was a Spanish writer associated with the Generation of '36 movement. He was born in Guadalupe, Mexico, but lived in Madrid from an early age.
He was awarded the Ado...
Manuel Milà i Fontanals
Manuel Milà i Fontanals ([mənuˈɛɫ miˈɫa]) (May 4, 1818 – July 16, 1884) was a Spanish scholar. He was born at Vilafranca del Penedès, near Barcelona, and was educated first in Barcelona, and afterward...
Juan García Rodenas
Juan García Rodenas (born 28 December 1976 in Albacete) is a Spanish writer.Since 1996, Rodenas has published his works in literary fanzines and magazines. He has written essays, articles and poems, ...
Francisco Cerdá y Rico
Francisco Cerdá y Rico (1739–1800) was a Spanish erudite, humanist, jurist and writer.
K-Hito
K-Hito was the pseudonym of Ricardo García López (1890–1984), Spanish humorist, caricaturist, bullfighting critic, film producer, and magazine publisher. Considered part of the Generation of '27, he w...
Juan Menéndez Pidal
Juan Menéndez Pidal (1861–1915) was a Spanish archivist, jurisconsult, historian, and poet, brother of Luis and Ramón Menéndez Pidal. He was long a director of the Archivo Histórico Nacional at...
Antonio Solalinde
Antonio García de Solalinde (born 28 December 1892 in Toro (Spain); died 13 July 1937 in Madison (Wisconsin)) was a writer, professor and philologist born in the town of Toro in Spain.He was director ...
Concha Langa
Concepción Langa Nuño was born in Seville, Spain. She is a historian specializing in art history, media history and the Spanish Civil War and is a member of the faculty of Geography and History at the...
Fernan Perez de Oliva
Fernan Perez de Oliva (1492? – 1530 or 1531) was a Spanish man of letters.He was born in Córdoba. After studying at Salamanca, Alcalá, Paris and Rome, he was appointed rector at Salamanca, where...
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Manuel Rivas
Manuel Rivas (born in A Coruña, Spain on 24 October 1957) is a Galician writer, poet and journalist. He began his career in some Spanish newspapers like El Ideal Gallego, La Voz de Galicia, El País, ...
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Andrés Laguna
Andrés Laguna de Segovia (1499–1559) was a Spanish humanist physician, pharmacologist, and botanist.
Laguna was born in Segovia, according to Diego de Colmenares and other historians, to a convert...
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Teresa of Ávila
Teresa of Ávila, also called Saint Teresa of Jesus, baptized as Teresa Sánchez de Cepeda y Ahumada (28 March 1515 – 4 October 1582), was a prominent Spanish mystic, Roman Catholic saint...
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Fernando R. Méndez
Fernando R. Méndez is a Spanish journalist, and writer. He has 24 years of experience in judicial communication, health and business and has worked for the newspapers Faro de Vigo and La Región, and a...
Rafael Azcona
Rafael Azcona Fernández (October 24, 1926 – March 24, 2008) was an awarded Spanish screenwriter and novelist who has worked with some of the best Spanish and international filmmakers. Azcona won...