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Juan Eugenio Hartzenbusch
After retiring from the National Library inhis strength of body and mind began to give way, and after losing his second wife, Salvadora Hiriart, he failed rapidly and died at his home in Madrid on 2 August Hartzenbusch’s childhood was spent amantess an apprentice in his father’s shop in order to become a cabinet-maker.
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Hartzenbusch was born in MadridSpain. Inferior in inspiration to other contemporary Spanish dramatists, Hartzenbusch excelled his rivals in versatility and in conscientious workmanship.
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Please help to improve this smantes by introducing more precise citations. This page was last edited on 23 Septemberat Retrieved from ” https: Such a record of literary activity tells its own story.
This article includes a list of referencesrelated reading or external linksbut its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. He followed his father’s trade tillwhen he learned shorthand and joined the staff of the Gaceta. She died in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Hartzenbusch was the haetzenbusch librarian at the Biblioteca NacionalNational Library, from toand was an indefatigable editor of many national classics. Summarized, the record there given comprises about 15 collections, including various editions of his works, 94 dramatic works, poems fables in verse, 19 addresses, 8 biographical articles, 15 stories, 14 articles depitcing manners and customs, 9 literary criticism, 3 dramatic criticism, 33 prologues, 22 notes and articles referring to “Don Quixote” 22 miscellaneous articles, and 9 works of different authors collected and annotated.
It is the life of an author and a scholar, who through hard work and conscientious effort, secured for himself an honorable place among Spain’s men of letters.
He studied French and then took a four-year course in the Jesuit College of San Isidro el Real in Madrid where he studied principally rhetoric, Latin, and philosophy. It remains a testimonial to the lifelong indefatigable industry of this prolific writer.