LA NOCHEBUENA DE 1836 LARRA PDF

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Amplio movimiento cultural, que afecta a aspectos: literarios, artísticos, ideológicos y sociales. Aparece en Europa, 1ª mitad s. XIX. APELA AL. Larra’s most famous essay, “La Nochebuena de ,” was composed less than two months before his death. Its narrator, widely assumed to be Larra himself. Mariano José de Larra (24 March – 13 February ) was a Spanish romantic writer best known for his numerous essays, and his infamous suicide.

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