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Historia y antologĂ­a de la literatura chilena

Author: Montes, Hugo and Orlandi, Julio
Year published: 1969
Publisher: Editorial Zig-Zag
City: Santiago de Chile

PEOPLE MENTIONED :

Fray Camilo HenrĂ­quez (pp 43-45).
Diego Portales (pp 45-46). Includes an extract from a letter to his comadre, Rafaela Bezanilla, widow of President José Tomás Ovalle, dated 21 July 1832.
Andrés Bello (pp 49-55). Includes extracts from some of his poems.
José Joaquín de Mora (pp 55-58). Includes several short extracts from his poems.
Francisca Delauneux (pp 56).
Mercedes MarĂ­n de Solar (pp 62-64, 324). Includes a brief extract from her Canto a Diego Portales, and her poem "A Manuel RodrĂ­guez".
José Joaquín Vallejo (Jotabeche) (pp 66-69, 321-323). Includes his article, "Algo sobre los tontos", from the newspaper El Semanario, 8 December 1842.
José Victorino Lastarría, (pp 69-71, 312-320). Includes his "Discurso inaugural" (no date) presumably to the Sociedad Literaria.
Salvador Sanfuentes (pp 71-74, 325-329). Includes canto primero from his poem "El Campanario" (no date given).




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