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Forty-one of Madrid’s leading novelists, poets, sculptors and critics surround Zorrilla, some listening attentively to his poetry, others staring dispassionately at the art pieces. Duran, highly regarded in his day as a leading figure in the romantic move- ment has been, since his death, alternately praised as a visionary and denounced as a reactionary myth-monger.

The contradictions of romanticism make both of these epithets at least arguable. His many years of working with the romances and the comedias were a monu- ment to patience. From the very first drama collection and Romancero he made pages upon pages of notes, writing on each the title, author, characters and theme of each comedia, and the title, possible date, and first line of each romance.

Every paper was then folded and stored when it was not recopied for greater legibility to be later indexed. He next compiled alphabetical lists of the authors, first lines and subject matter.

The scrap papers were kept, neatly packaged according to their different sizes and subjects. This process was followed through literally thousands of pages: If his life was essentially devoid of drama, his history was the passionate his- tory of an idea. In the literary passages of this study Duran will speak for him- self as much as possible. His comments will be followed by statements on the validity of his arguments by both his contemporaries and his future critics. Often he was wrong, and at times confused, but he was seldom ignored.

The amount of recognition, criticism and even hostility his works generated is evidence of his importance in the literary history of nineteenth- century Spain.

This book is a beginning, and a cali for a complete revaluation of Duran. It will attempt to analyze various conflicting views and to present him through a study of his life, critical activities and original literary compositions. Bonaventure University, March, I must, however, personally thank Professor Javier Herrero for his constant stimulation, help and interest during the years of this project; without him it would never have been begun, let alone completed.

I wish to express my gratitude to St. Bonaventure University for the financial and emotional support which helped to bring this task to fruition. Abo, the kind people at the following institutions receive my warmest appreciation: Francisco was sworn in as physician on December 13,and practised, particularly to the nobility, during the early years of the nine- teenth century. Many notable Hispanists, including E.


Cejador y Frauca, F. Sainz de Robles, A. BookFolio Henee, is the most likely date; possiblybut certainly not or In he was in Aranjuez in the tem- porary service of the Duchess of Alba.

THE M A N deeply interested in his son’s intellectual development, and tutored him and encouraged his interest in the literary arts before his formal education, which was to take place in excellent educational institutions, began. It was precisely his physical incapacities which guided him towards intellectual pursuits. As a break from reading and studying, he played with his son, exercising his frail body and creating games to entertain him.

This small town located on the shores of the Deva river offered the atmosphere that as an adult Duran found so appealing in literature: His first year and a half from May 22,to November 17, was spent studying primarily Latin grammar and rhetoric. Later he went on to the humanities, philology, calculus and geometry, and was 1 Francisco Cutanda, “Breves frases a la memoria del Excm.

Rivadeneyra,I, p. Ignacio Boix,V I Ipp. For four years his father counselled him, guided him and eventually intro- duced him to a man who was to become a lifelong friend: Certificaciones de a See Ap- pendix B.

I t has been frequently repeated that Duran studied at the Univer- sity of Salamanca most recently by D. Shawbut no proof has ever been produced. Lomax tend to rule out the suggestion that Duran had any contact with Salamanca. Antonio Capmany, laborioso erudito y purista, a quien rivalidades de fama a la par con diferen- cias de gusto literario, convirtieron en encarnizado enemigo de la persona a cuya casa iba con apariencias de amistad; D.

This long quotation is fascinating to those interested in Quintana’s elusive ter- tulia, which Galiano attended in and A brief synopsis of that early relationship is given by Gallardo himself, who wrote to Duran in Flores, a qien se las habia yo zelebrado las Lettres d’un Cultivateur Americain de Creve-coeur. Castalia,p. Hereafter cited as Epistolario plus the number of the letter cited.

This is an unpub- lished manuscript that Sr. Sainz generously placed at my disposal in August, It was not until the be- ginning of that they went back to Seville to follow the same courses on January 24, armed with proof of their successful interlude at San Isidro.

These courses, for which moral philosophy was a prerequisite, met for one and one-half hours in the morning and one hour in the afternoon, and employed 1 Hartzenbusch, La Iberia, I These two were the great-grandparents of the Machados. Junto de arreglo y planos de estudios.

BookFolio 1. Certificados de Cursos incorporados a esta Universidad. BookFolio Luis, Heinecio, juntando la lectura de sus Recitaciones, consultando como previene el mismo los Comentarios de Arn. Vinio a librilllo Instituciones de Justiniano”.

In June ofthe brothers ended the academic year,17 and then signed up for the next course in October. Pruebas de leyes, BookFolio and Francisco Baquerizo, Secretary, certified the course of study which Duran had completed up to that point: Sevilla veinte y ocho de Setiembre de mil ochocientos trece.


On August 18,Duran graduated with a law degree from the University of Seville, finishing his courses “con lucimiento”. From these days dated his long and intellectually prosperous albeit not al- ways completely harmonious relationship with Alberto Lista. Lista was an enormously versatile man, active in the Church, politics, literature, and peda- gogy, a leading figure in all the liberal circles in Seville, and in contact with the leaders of both generations – Jovellanos and Floridablanca as well as his younger friends and students.

Y que siendo aprobado se me confiera en la forma ordinaria.

Pedimentos para Grados de Bachiller y otros desde hasta BookFolio not numbered. Espasa-Calpe,p. Perlado, Paez y C a, p.

Duran did not suspect that he would later be the re- cipient of that same violent language. Duran himself spent hours ordering, alphabetizing, cataloging and dat- ing his collection.

In the same draft, Duran mentioned that his father once wrote a work on Lope. He was offered an appointment by the king in in Salamanca, which he refused; instead, he went to Valladolid to be received as a lawyer in the Ghancery. However, the presence of a D. At any rate, he worked in the Lox Ghancery as a civil lawyer for viicios very slbre time, after which he returned to his father’s house in Madrid.

The official dissection of Virgil was often pushed aside by the loves of Tristan, and Apollo’s lyre was drowned by the chords of the troubadour’s harp.

His serious studies were at frequent intervals neglected for what he considered more frivo- lous but how much more exciting! Libro de acuerdo, Lista had come to Madrid after Riego’s uprising, and the amnesty of April 23, The xobre is a veritable Who’s Who of budding Spanish arts and letters. He continued to spend vast sums to purchase materials.

Rivadeneyra,p. His shy nature and physical weaknesses kept him from the gay, dashing life pursued by other men his age.

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But the liberal ideas that Duran shared with Quintana were instrumental in having him removed from that position upon the return of Fernando V I I to the throne. In fact he was lucky to escape the “veritable reign of terror” which ensued. Duran applauded the goals of the constitutional government and deplored the repressive tactics of Fernando, although political circumstances dictated that he, like others in opposition to Fernando, stifle his opposition in public and display flourishes of obsequious praise to the monarch.

Methuen,p. Su palabra nada significaba. Fernando was viewed with little sympathy: Duran was a fervent monarchist, deeply entrenched in the idea that mon- archy was the just and rightful state of the Spanish government, although it was the institution, not the person of the king as we have seen, which elicited his true support.