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La poetica, ?, reglas de la poesia en general, y de sus principales especies.

Luz?n Claramunt de Suelves y Gurrea, Ignacio de.

Published by Por Don Francisco Revilla, Zaragoza, 1737
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Probably the most influential 18th-century Spanish study of poetics in general and Spanish poetics in particular. Luz?n Claramunt was Spain's principal exponent of the Franco-Italian theories of poetics and though he failed miserably as a constructive critic, he practiced destructive criticism very effectively on the works even of Lope de Vega and Calderon! Nicely printed with elegant large head- and tailpieces (one each), handsome initials, and a perfectly charming vignette of a bird after the volume's "FIN." Folio (29 cm; 11.5"). [14] ff., 503, [1 (blank)] pp. Palau 144343. Contemporary limp vellum, lacking the ties; fore- and top edges of vellum rodent gnawed, top corner of all leaves slightly rodent gnawed, some staining to early fore-edges and a few others. Text almost throughout browned from iron in water used in paper manufacture, sometimes heavily enough to make this a good example of the extreme of the phenomenon, sometimes lightly enough to be called just "foxing and spotting"; paper absolutely unweakened and volume fine for use. Bookseller Inventory # 28390

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Title: La poetica, ?, reglas de la poesia en ...

Publisher: Por Don Francisco Revilla, Zaragoza

Publication Date: 1737

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