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In at the age of 11 he entered the Seminary of Vic. Missed data 2 18 Nov 26, He also wrote several prose works boasting extraordinary literary quality, as well as aglantida and verse, along with several translations and versions from other languages.
Shortly thereafter, the Church authorities banned him from officiating at mass.
La Atlantida: Poema by Jacinto Verdaguer ·
To see what your friends thought of this book, atlantid sign up. Rachel symski marked it as to-read Feb 06, Unpublished works have been issued since his death, and among the thousands of manuscripts which he left, there is still a range of more or less finished poems and prose works that have not yet been printed.
Francesc rated it it was amazing Feb 29, Return to Book Page. The anecdotes told about him show that he stood out from his peers for his intelligence, astuteness and courage, helped by his athletic complexion. It was published under the aegis of the Societat Verdaguer through Verdaguer Edicions.
The authorities were displeased with this behaviour: He took numerous journeys accompanying the family on health and business trips.
Later years The poet entered this era immersed in a personal crisis, and his literary activity came to a partial halt.
La Atlantida: Poema
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. That same year he published his book Montserrat. Paula marked it as to-read Jun 09, Laura rated it liked it Apr 06, Marc rated it really liked it May 14, Verdaguerr 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.
Inhe submitted one of lq most famous short epic pieces to the Jocs Florals of Barcelona: In November he entered the palace of the Marquis of Comillas as an alms chaplain. The next year he won two prizes in the same Jocs Florals. He showed a normally balanced compassion without any apparent religious inclinations.
La Atlántida: Poema
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Jordi is currently reading it Apr 26, Anna Christensen marked it as to-read May 20, He went on a trip to Roussillon and saw the Canigou, maybe vdrdaguer the first time.
Inwhen he was 18, he started to work as a teacher for a family at Can Tona where he also helped out on the farmwhile he continuted to study. The bishop Josep Torras i Bages, one of the main figures of Catalan nationalism, called him the “Prince of Catalan poets”.
L’Atlàntida by Jacint Verdaguer
Joan Camps ortueta rated it really liked it Jun 09, The conflict stemmed from his relationship with the most disadvantaged population vegdaguer society and his presence in a house of exorcists. Joan Mas Montosa rated it really liked it Apr 24, Tijana marked it as to-read Jun 17, Books by Jacint Verdaguer. Inon September 8 his father died at the age of Ensembleorganum rated it really liked it Jun 18, HardcoverLes millors obres de la literatura catalanapages. Vwrdaguer can divide his works into three stages.
Aniol rated it really liked it Jul 20, For a period, he was stripped of his office as priest, although this was eventually restored. He founded Esbart de Vic, which was made up of a group of enthusiastic students with romantic ideas and sentiments; they would meet atlanfida the Font del Desmai to practise poetry.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Akra marked it as to-read Jan 31, On March 31 he left the sanctuary of atlangida Glev His travels during this period gave rise to two prose books: Jonathan rated it liked it Apr 19, His mother taught him how to read at a very young age. All of this is coupled with atlzntida extensive, fascinating epistolary encompassing more than 1, letters, most of which has already been published.