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Juan Eugenio Hartzenbusch

Author Code: SJEH

Born: Sep. 6, 1806 - Madrid, Spain

Died: Aug. 2, 1880 - Madrid, Spain

The son of a German carpenter and a Spanish mother, Hartzenbusch was educated at the Jesuit College of San Isidro el Real in Madrid. After college he worked as a carpenter until he landed a job at the Madrid Gaceta in 1830. He produced his first play, Los Amantes de Teruel, in 1837 which was a huge success. Over the ensuing years he produced some less successful plays until 1845 when his play, La Jura en Santa Gadea, was a great success. In 1862, he became the chief librarian of the Biblioteca Nacional and held the position until his retirement in 1875. He was a superb editor and numbered the works of Molina, Calderon and Alarcon among his achievements. Whilst he is not one of Spain's foremost authors, he is nevertheless one of its most prolific, producing over 90 dramas and numerous other works which include Redoma Encantada (1839), Bachiller Mendarias (1842), Dona Mariquita la Pelona (1863) and Coja y el Encogido (1911 Posthumous).

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SJEH002 The Diadem of Stars 1858 6 115k eBook Download PDF - 'The Diadem of Stars' (SJEH002) Find a printed copy of The Diadem of Stars by Juan Eugenio Hartzenbusch at AbeBooks
SJEH001 Mariquita the Bald 1863 8 135k eBook Download PDF - 'Mariquita the Bald' (SJEH001) Find a printed copy of Mariquita the Bald by Juan Eugenio Hartzenbusch at AbeBooks

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