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Inhe submitted one of his most famous short epic pieces to the Jocs Florals of Barcelona: In at the age of 11 he entered the Seminary of Vic.

Carles Fabrego-Vinyeta added it Apr 17, The authorities were displeased with this behaviour: On March 31 he left the sanctuary of la Glev Aniol rated it really liked it Jul 20, Kelly marked it as to-read Sep 03, Published Atlanhida by Edicions 62 first published Monstres, mites i plantes medicinals es posen al servei del relat.

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Jacinto Verdaguer. La Atlántida and Canigó

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Open Preview See a Problem? Until he entered the Seminary he lived like the other children in his town.

Eva Mildenberger marked it as to-read Oct 05, Marina rated it it was amazing Jan 09, He founded Esbart de Vic, which was made up of a group of enthusiastic students with romantic ideas and sentiments; they would meet at the Font del Desmai to practise poetry.


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He was intellectually formed in the city of Vic in contact with teachers and friends and in an atmosphere of cultural resurgence, and he read the Greco-Latin, Italian, French and Spanish classics. Joan Mas Montosa rated it really liked it Apr 24, Daniel CD rated it liked it Mar 06, Rachel symski marked it as to-read Feb 06, Primavera were published quite a bit later and Each volume has two parts: HardcoverLes millors obres de atlantkda literatura catalanapages.

When he was 10, he entered the Seminary of Vic, where he studied religious subjects for fifteen years. Shortly thereafter, the Church authorities banned him from officiating at mass.

The work was a resounding success and the Barcelona Town Hall issued a special edition withcopies of the text. Al bishop Josep Torras i Bages, one of the main figures of Catalan nationalism, called him the “Prince of Catalan poets”. The poet entered this era immersed in a personal crisis, and his literary activity came to a partial halt.

Norbert rated it it was amazing Jul 04, atlwntida Infollowing controversy atlantia aspects of his work as a priest, he left the post of alms chaplain at the Marques of Comillas’ palace. The anecdotes told about him show that he stood out from his peers for his intelligence, astuteness and courage, helped by his athletic complexion.

The next day he said his second Mass in Sant Francesc hermitage near Vic. He also wrote several prose works boasting extraordinary literary quality, as well as prose and verse, along with several translations and versions from other languages.


He went on a trip to Roussillon and saw the Laa, maybe for the first time. No trivia or quizzes yet. Cdr marked it as to-read Mar 10, Once he had earned back permission to celebrate masshe began to write feverishly to restore his reputation, which had been harmed by the conflict.

Thus began a string of successes.

Translations of catalan literature – Jacint Verdaguer

This is also where he contracted tuberculosis, and he moved to Barcelona to regain his health. It was published under the aegis of the Societat Verdaguer through Verdaguer Edicions.

Missed data 2 18 Nov 26, Lists with This Book. Inthe ban was retracted and he was rehabilitated.

Return to Book Verdaguerr. His travels during this period gave rise to two prose books: Es gran poesia i un bell cant al Meditera’, pero no m’agrada gaira l’historia remanada – i aixio deixia molta literatura romantica fora del meu ‘ambit. He abandoned epic and historical-patriotic poetry and focused on religious poems, which now became more intimate with predominantly short works.

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