Heredia, Jose
   Spain. Contemporary scholar. He is professor of modern Spanish literature at Granada University.

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  • Heredia, José Maria de — (1842 1905)    poet    Born in La Fortuna, near santiago, Cuba, to a Cuban father and a French mother, José Maria de Heredia was raised in France and began writing verse in 1862. He contributed to Parnasse contemporain and, as a Parnassian poet,… …   France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present

  • Heredia, José Maria de — ▪ French poet born Nov. 22, 1842, La Fortuna, Cuba died Oct. 2, 1905, near Houdan, Fr.  Cuban born French poet, brilliant master of the sonnet.       The son of a wealthy Spanish coffee plantation owner and a French mother, Heredia was educated… …   Universalium

  • Heredia, José María de — ► (1842 1905) Poeta francés de origen cubano. Fue representante del parnasianismo. Autor de Los trofeos (sonetos) …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Sáenz de Heredia, José Luis — (1911 1992)    Sáenz de Heredia is the most emblematic director of high Francoism, both for the kind of cinema he promoted and for his personal relationship with Francisco Franco as his brother in law. Not only did he fight with the Fascists… …   Guide to cinema

  • Sáenz de Heredia, José Luis — (1911 1992)    Sáenz de Heredia is the most emblematic director of high Francoism, both for the kind of cinema he promoted and for his personal relationship with Francisco Franco as his brother in law. Not only did he fight with the Fascists… …   Historical dictionary of Spanish cinema

  • Maya, Pepe Heredia (Jose Heredia) — (1947 )    Spain. Flamenco teacher and dancer, He founded a company whose first production was the history of the Gypsies in Spain portrayed through a flamenco presentation, Camelamos naquerar (1976). This was made into the film Let Us Be Heard… …   Historical dictionary of the Gypsies

  • Primo de Rivera y Sáenz de Heredia, José Antonio — ► (1903 36) Político español. En 1933 fundó la Falange Española, pronunciando un célebre discurso en el Teatro de la Comedia, de Madrid. Obtuvo el acta de diputado y prosiguió su activa labor de propaganda, fruto de la cual fue la fusión, en 1934 …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Sáenz de Heredia, José Luis — ► (1911 92) Director de cine español. Producciones: Mariona Rebull, La mies es mucha y Don Juan, entre otras …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Jose Maria de Heredia — José Maria de Heredia Pour les articles homonymes, voir Heredia.  Ne pas confondre avec le poète cubain José María Heredia y Campuzano (1803 1839) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • José-María de Heredia — José Maria de Heredia Pour les articles homonymes, voir Heredia.  Ne pas confondre avec le poète cubain José María Heredia y Campuzano (1803 1839) …   Wikipédia en Français

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