Modern Poets and Poetry of Spain
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Modern Poets and Poetry of Spain

By James Boyd Kennedy
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  • TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE GEORGE, EARL OF CARLISLE, &c. &c.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • PRELIMINARY NOTE.
    • ERRATA.
    • CONTENTS.
  • MODERN POETS AND POETRY OF SPAIN.
    • PART I.
      • I. GASPAR MELCHOR DE JOVELLANOS.
      • JOVELLANOS.
        • EPISTLE TO CEAN BERMUDEZ, ON THE VAIN DESIRES AND STUDIES OF MEN.
        • TO GALATEA’S BIRD.
        • TO ENARDA.—I.
        • TO ENARDA.—II.
      • EPISTLE TO CEAN BERMUDEZ, ON THE VAIN DESIRES AND STUDIES OF MEN.
      • TO GALATEA’S BIRD.
      • TO ENARDA.—I.
      • TO ENARDA.—II.
      • II. TOMAS DE IRIARTE.
      • TOMAS DE IRIARTE.
        • EPISTLE TO DON DOMINGO DE IRIARTE, ON HIS TRAVELLING TO VARIOUS FOREIGN COURTS.
        • FABLES.
      • EPISTLE TO DON DOMINGO DE IRIARTE, ON HIS TRAVELLING TO VARIOUS FOREIGN COURTS.
      • FABLES.
      • III. JUAN MELENDEZ VALDES.
      • MELENDEZ VALDES.
        • JUVENILITIES.
        • THE TIMID LOVER.
        • MY VILLAGE LIFE.
        • REMEMBRANCES OF YOUTH.
        • OF THE SCIENCES.
        • THE DISDAINFUL SHEPHERDESS.
      • JUVENILITIES.
      • THE TIMID LOVER.
      • MY VILLAGE LIFE.
      • REMEMBRANCES OF YOUTH.
      • OF THE SCIENCES.
      • THE DISDAINFUL SHEPHERDESS.
      • IV. LEANDRO FERNANDEZ MORATIN.
      • LEANDRO FERNANDEZ MORATIN.
        • DEDICATION OF THE COMEDY OF THE MOGIGATA TO THE PRINCE OF THE PEACE.
        • EPISTLE TO DON GASPAR DE JOVELLANOS, SENT FROM ROME.
      • DEDICATION OF THE COMEDY OF THE MOGIGATA TO THE PRINCE OF THE PEACE.
      • EPISTLE TO DON GASPAR DE JOVELLANOS, SENT FROM ROME.
      • V. JUAN BAUTISTA DE ARRIAZA.
      • JUAN BAUTISTA DE ARRIAZA.
        • TEMPEST AND WAR, OR THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR. ODE.
        • THE PARTING.
      • TEMPEST AND WAR, OR THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR. ODE.
      • THE PARTING.
      • VI. MANUEL JOSÈ QUINTANA.
      • MANUEL JOSÈ QUINTANA.
        • TO THE SPANISH EXPEDITION FOR THE PROMOTION OF VACCINATION IN AMERICA, UNDER DON FRANCISCO BALMIS.
        • ON THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR.
      • TO THE SPANISH EXPEDITION FOR THE PROMOTION OF VACCINATION IN AMERICA, UNDER DON FRANCISCO BALMIS.
      • ON THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR.
    • I. GASPAR MELCHOR DE JOVELLANOS.
    • JOVELLANOS.
      • EPISTLE TO CEAN BERMUDEZ, ON THE VAIN DESIRES AND STUDIES OF MEN.
      • TO GALATEA’S BIRD.
      • TO ENARDA.—I.
      • TO ENARDA.—II.
    • EPISTLE TO CEAN BERMUDEZ, ON THE VAIN DESIRES AND STUDIES OF MEN.
    • TO GALATEA’S BIRD.
    • TO ENARDA.—I.
    • TO ENARDA.—II.
    • II. TOMAS DE IRIARTE.
    • TOMAS DE IRIARTE.
      • EPISTLE TO DON DOMINGO DE IRIARTE, ON HIS TRAVELLING TO VARIOUS FOREIGN COURTS.
      • FABLES.
    • EPISTLE TO DON DOMINGO DE IRIARTE, ON HIS TRAVELLING TO VARIOUS FOREIGN COURTS.
    • FABLES.
    • III. JUAN MELENDEZ VALDES.
    • MELENDEZ VALDES.
      • JUVENILITIES.
      • THE TIMID LOVER.
      • MY VILLAGE LIFE.
      • REMEMBRANCES OF YOUTH.
      • OF THE SCIENCES.
      • THE DISDAINFUL SHEPHERDESS.
    • JUVENILITIES.
    • THE TIMID LOVER.
    • MY VILLAGE LIFE.
    • REMEMBRANCES OF YOUTH.
    • OF THE SCIENCES.
    • THE DISDAINFUL SHEPHERDESS.
    • IV. LEANDRO FERNANDEZ MORATIN.
    • LEANDRO FERNANDEZ MORATIN.
      • DEDICATION OF THE COMEDY OF THE MOGIGATA TO THE PRINCE OF THE PEACE.
      • EPISTLE TO DON GASPAR DE JOVELLANOS, SENT FROM ROME.
    • DEDICATION OF THE COMEDY OF THE MOGIGATA TO THE PRINCE OF THE PEACE.
    • EPISTLE TO DON GASPAR DE JOVELLANOS, SENT FROM ROME.
    • V. JUAN BAUTISTA DE ARRIAZA.
    • JUAN BAUTISTA DE ARRIAZA.
      • TEMPEST AND WAR, OR THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR. ODE.
      • THE PARTING.
    • TEMPEST AND WAR, OR THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR. ODE.
    • THE PARTING.
    • VI. MANUEL JOSÈ QUINTANA.
    • MANUEL JOSÈ QUINTANA.
      • TO THE SPANISH EXPEDITION FOR THE PROMOTION OF VACCINATION IN AMERICA, UNDER DON FRANCISCO BALMIS.
      • ON THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR.
    • TO THE SPANISH EXPEDITION FOR THE PROMOTION OF VACCINATION IN AMERICA, UNDER DON FRANCISCO BALMIS.
    • ON THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR.
    • PART II.
      • VII. FRANCISCO MARTINEZ DE LA ROSA.
      • FRANCISCO MARTINEZ DE LA ROSA.
        • REMEMBRANCE OF SPAIN, WRITTEN IN LONDON IN 1811.
        • RETURN TO GRANADA, OCTOBER 27, 1831.
        • EPISTLE TO THE DUQUE DE FRIAS, ON THE DEATH OF THE DUQUESA.
        • ANACREONTIC.
        • BACCHANALIAN.
      • REMEMBRANCE OF SPAIN, WRITTEN IN LONDON IN 1811.
      • RETURN TO GRANADA, OCTOBER 27, 1831.
      • EPISTLE TO THE DUQUE DE FRIAS, ON THE DEATH OF THE DUQUESA.
      • ANACREONTIC.
      • BACCHANALIAN.
      • VIII. ANGEL DE SAAVEDRA, DUKE DE RIVAS.
      • THE DUKE DE RIVAS.
        • THE ALCAZAR OF SEVILLE.
      • THE ALCAZAR OF SEVILLE.
      • IX. MANUEL BRETON DE LOS HERREROS.
      • MANUEL BRETON DE LOS HERREROS.
        • SATIRICAL LETRILLIAS.—III.
        • SATIRICAL LETRILLIAS.—IV.
        • SATIRICAL LETRILLIAS.—VII.
      • SATIRICAL LETRILLIAS.—III.
      • SATIRICAL LETRILLIAS.—IV.
      • SATIRICAL LETRILLIAS.—VII.
      • X. JOSÈ MARIA HEREDIA.
      • JOSÈ MARIA HEREDIA.
        • SONNET. DEDICATION OF THE SECOND EDITION OF HIS POEMS, TO HIS WIFE.
        • TO HIS HORSE.
        • THE SEASON OF THE NORTHERS.
        • POESY, AN ODE.
        • ODE TO NIGHT.
      • SONNET. DEDICATION OF THE SECOND EDITION OF HIS POEMS, TO HIS WIFE.
      • TO HIS HORSE.
      • THE SEASON OF THE NORTHERS.
      • POESY, AN ODE.
      • ODE TO NIGHT.
      • XI. JOSÈ DE ESPRONCEDA.
      • JOSÈ DE ESPRONCEDA.
        • TO SPAIN, AN ELEGY. LONDON, 1829.
        • THE CONDEMNED TO DIE.
        • THE SONG OF THE PIRATE.
        • TO HARIFA, IN AN ORGY.
      • TO SPAIN, AN ELEGY. LONDON, 1829.
      • THE CONDEMNED TO DIE.
      • THE SONG OF THE PIRATE.
      • TO HARIFA, IN AN ORGY.
      • XII. JOSÈ ZORRILLA.
      • JOSÈ ZORRILLA.
        • THE CHRISTIAN LADY AND THE MOOR.
        • ROMANCE. THE WAKING.
        • ORIENTAL ROMANCE,—BOABDIL.
        • THE CAPTIVE.
        • THE TOWER OF MUNION.
        • THE WARNING.
        • MEDITATION.
      • THE CHRISTIAN LADY AND THE MOOR.
      • ROMANCE. THE WAKING.
      • ORIENTAL ROMANCE,—BOABDIL.
      • THE CAPTIVE.
      • THE TOWER OF MUNION.
      • THE WARNING.
      • MEDITATION.
    • VII. FRANCISCO MARTINEZ DE LA ROSA.
    • FRANCISCO MARTINEZ DE LA ROSA.
      • REMEMBRANCE OF SPAIN, WRITTEN IN LONDON IN 1811.
      • RETURN TO GRANADA, OCTOBER 27, 1831.
      • EPISTLE TO THE DUQUE DE FRIAS, ON THE DEATH OF THE DUQUESA.
      • ANACREONTIC.
      • BACCHANALIAN.
    • REMEMBRANCE OF SPAIN, WRITTEN IN LONDON IN 1811.
    • RETURN TO GRANADA, OCTOBER 27, 1831.
    • EPISTLE TO THE DUQUE DE FRIAS, ON THE DEATH OF THE DUQUESA.
    • ANACREONTIC.
    • BACCHANALIAN.
    • VIII. ANGEL DE SAAVEDRA, DUKE DE RIVAS.
    • THE DUKE DE RIVAS.
      • THE ALCAZAR OF SEVILLE.
    • THE ALCAZAR OF SEVILLE.
    • IX. MANUEL BRETON DE LOS HERREROS.
    • MANUEL BRETON DE LOS HERREROS.
      • SATIRICAL LETRILLIAS.—III.
      • SATIRICAL LETRILLIAS.—IV.
      • SATIRICAL LETRILLIAS.—VII.
    • SATIRICAL LETRILLIAS.—III.
    • SATIRICAL LETRILLIAS.—IV.
    • SATIRICAL LETRILLIAS.—VII.
    • X. JOSÈ MARIA HEREDIA.
    • JOSÈ MARIA HEREDIA.
      • SONNET. DEDICATION OF THE SECOND EDITION OF HIS POEMS, TO HIS WIFE.
      • TO HIS HORSE.
      • THE SEASON OF THE NORTHERS.
      • POESY, AN ODE.
      • ODE TO NIGHT.
    • SONNET. DEDICATION OF THE SECOND EDITION OF HIS POEMS, TO HIS WIFE.
    • TO HIS HORSE.
    • THE SEASON OF THE NORTHERS.
    • POESY, AN ODE.
    • ODE TO NIGHT.
    • XI. JOSÈ DE ESPRONCEDA.
    • JOSÈ DE ESPRONCEDA.
      • TO SPAIN, AN ELEGY. LONDON, 1829.
      • THE CONDEMNED TO DIE.
      • THE SONG OF THE PIRATE.
      • TO HARIFA, IN AN ORGY.
    • TO SPAIN, AN ELEGY. LONDON, 1829.
    • THE CONDEMNED TO DIE.
    • THE SONG OF THE PIRATE.
    • TO HARIFA, IN AN ORGY.
    • XII. JOSÈ ZORRILLA.
    • JOSÈ ZORRILLA.
      • THE CHRISTIAN LADY AND THE MOOR.
      • ROMANCE. THE WAKING.
      • ORIENTAL ROMANCE,—BOABDIL.
      • THE CAPTIVE.
      • THE TOWER OF MUNION.
      • THE WARNING.
      • MEDITATION.
    • THE CHRISTIAN LADY AND THE MOOR.
    • ROMANCE. THE WAKING.
    • ORIENTAL ROMANCE,—BOABDIL.
    • THE CAPTIVE.
    • THE TOWER OF MUNION.
    • THE WARNING.
    • MEDITATION.
    • NOTES.
      • 1. Page 3. “Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos.”
      • 2. Page 3. “An able and distinguished writer,” &c.
      • 3. Page 11. “Bermudez, his biographer.”
      • 4. Page 16. “Merit of first bringing into favour.”
      • 5. Page 18. “Epistle to Cean Bermudez.”
      • 6. Page 30. “To Galatea’s Bird.”
      • 7. Page 32. “To Enarda.—I.”
      • 8. Page 33. “To Enarda.—II.”
      • 9. Page 46. “Epistle to Domingo de Iriarte.”
      • 10. Page 50. “But now the confines of,” &c.
      • 11. Page 52. “Saying as Seneca has said of yore.”
      • 12. Page 53. “Fables.”
      • 13. Page 64. “Iglesias and Gonzalez.”
      • 14. Page 69. “It was for his detractors,” &c.
      • 15. Page 73. “The Duke de Frias.”
      • 16. Page 76. “Best edition, that by Salvà.”
      • 17. Page 77. “Juvenilities.”
      • 18. Page 79. “The Timid Lover.”
        • El Amante timido.
      • El Amante timido.
      • 19. Page 81. “My Village Life.”
      • 20. Page 95. “Merits of their national dramas.”
      • 21. Page 104. “There, says his biographer,” &c.
      • 22. Page 113. “Juan Bautista de Arriaza.”
      • 23. Page 145. “Described by Humboldt.”
      • 24. Page 145. “So popular a writer as Larra.”
      • 25. Page 160. “From the proud castled poop,” &c.
      • 26. Page 161. “Conquerors of winds and waves.”
      • 27. Page 163. “And Alcalà, Churruca, also ye!”
      • 28. Page 164. “Yet fell ye not, ye generous squadrons.”
      • 29. Page 170. “The Conde de Toreno.”
      • 30. Page 170. “The celebrated Pacheco.”
      • 31. Page 176. “Rights of the Basque people.”
      • 32. Page 180. “Observation may apply to English verse.”
      • 33. Page 181. “The Roman friend,” &c.
      • 34. Page 183. “I saw upon the shady Thames.”
      • 35. Page 184. “The light foot that never stirs,” &c.
      • 36. Page 216. “His biographer, Pastor Diaz,” &c.
      • 37. Page 216. “The advantages he enjoyed there.”
      • 38. Page 222. “Pedro, surnamed the Cruel.”
      • 39. Page 227. “Yet, ah! those lovely bowers along,” &c.
      • 40. Page 233. “Darting round fierce looks,” &c.
      • 41. Page 234. “The crackling of his arms and knees.”
      • 42. Page 236.
      • 43. Page 259. “Meagre soup bouillie.”
      • 44. Page 260. “Whene’er Don Juan,” &c.
      • 45. Page 269. “The celebrated Lista.”
      • 46. Page 271. “Twelve out of the nineteen stanzas.”
      • 47. Page 272. “Part of his first volume is taken up with imitations.”
        • En el Album de una Senorita.
        • In a Lady’s Album.
        • Written in an Album.
      • En el Album de una Senorita.
      • In a Lady’s Album.
      • Written in an Album.
      • 48. Page 275. “Sonnet, Dedication,” &c.
        • A mi Esposa.
      • A mi Esposa.
      • 49. Page 282. “Milton elevated all beyond.”
      • 50. Page 305. “Josè de Espronceda.”
      • 51. Page 315. “Sail on, my swift one, never fear.”
      • 52. Page 323. “Josè Zorrilla.”
      • 53. Page 347. “The Tower of Munion.”
      • 54. Page 352. “Meditation.”
        • La Meditacion.
      • La Meditacion.
    • 1. Page 3. “Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos.”
    • 2. Page 3. “An able and distinguished writer,” &c.
    • 3. Page 11. “Bermudez, his biographer.”
    • 4. Page 16. “Merit of first bringing into favour.”
    • 5. Page 18. “Epistle to Cean Bermudez.”
    • 6. Page 30. “To Galatea’s Bird.”
    • 7. Page 32. “To Enarda.—I.”
    • 8. Page 33. “To Enarda.—II.”
    • 9. Page 46. “Epistle to Domingo de Iriarte.”
    • 10. Page 50. “But now the confines of,” &c.
    • 11. Page 52. “Saying as Seneca has said of yore.”
    • 12. Page 53. “Fables.”
    • 13. Page 64. “Iglesias and Gonzalez.”
    • 14. Page 69. “It was for his detractors,” &c.
    • 15. Page 73. “The Duke de Frias.”
    • 16. Page 76. “Best edition, that by Salvà.”
    • 17. Page 77. “Juvenilities.”
    • 18. Page 79. “The Timid Lover.”
      • El Amante timido.
    • El Amante timido.
    • 19. Page 81. “My Village Life.”
    • 20. Page 95. “Merits of their national dramas.”
    • 21. Page 104. “There, says his biographer,” &c.
    • 22. Page 113. “Juan Bautista de Arriaza.”
    • 23. Page 145. “Described by Humboldt.”
    • 24. Page 145. “So popular a writer as Larra.”
    • 25. Page 160. “From the proud castled poop,” &c.
    • 26. Page 161. “Conquerors of winds and waves.”
    • 27. Page 163. “And Alcalà, Churruca, also ye!”
    • 28. Page 164. “Yet fell ye not, ye generous squadrons.”
    • 29. Page 170. “The Conde de Toreno.”
    • 30. Page 170. “The celebrated Pacheco.”
    • 31. Page 176. “Rights of the Basque people.”
    • 32. Page 180. “Observation may apply to English verse.”
    • 33. Page 181. “The Roman friend,” &c.
    • 34. Page 183. “I saw upon the shady Thames.”
    • 35. Page 184. “The light foot that never stirs,” &c.
    • 36. Page 216. “His biographer, Pastor Diaz,” &c.
    • 37. Page 216. “The advantages he enjoyed there.”
    • 38. Page 222. “Pedro, surnamed the Cruel.”
    • 39. Page 227. “Yet, ah! those lovely bowers along,” &c.
    • 40. Page 233. “Darting round fierce looks,” &c.
    • 41. Page 234. “The crackling of his arms and knees.”
    • 42. Page 236.
    • 43. Page 259. “Meagre soup bouillie.”
    • 44. Page 260. “Whene’er Don Juan,” &c.
    • 45. Page 269. “The celebrated Lista.”
    • 46. Page 271. “Twelve out of the nineteen stanzas.”
    • 47. Page 272. “Part of his first volume is taken up with imitations.”
      • En el Album de una Senorita.
      • In a Lady’s Album.
      • Written in an Album.
    • En el Album de una Senorita.
    • In a Lady’s Album.
    • Written in an Album.
    • 48. Page 275. “Sonnet, Dedication,” &c.
      • A mi Esposa.
    • A mi Esposa.
    • 49. Page 282. “Milton elevated all beyond.”
    • 50. Page 305. “Josè de Espronceda.”
    • 51. Page 315. “Sail on, my swift one, never fear.”
    • 52. Page 323. “Josè Zorrilla.”
    • 53. Page 347. “The Tower of Munion.”
    • 54. Page 352. “Meditation.”
      • La Meditacion.
    • La Meditacion.
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