Carta de Don Diego de Mendoza al capitán Salazar [NOOK Book]

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En plena madurez literaria, sor Juana criticó un sermón del padre Vieyra. Ello provocó que el obispo de Puebla, Manuel Fernández de Santa Cruz, le pidiera que abandonase la literatura y se dedicase por entero a la religión. Sor Juana se defendió con una aguda respuesta.
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Carta de Don Diego de Mendoza al capitán Salazar

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Overview

En plena madurez literaria, sor Juana criticó un sermón del padre Vieyra. Ello provocó que el obispo de Puebla, Manuel Fernández de Santa Cruz, le pidiera que abandonase la literatura y se dedicase por entero a la religión. Sor Juana se defendió con una aguda respuesta.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788498976670
  • Publisher: Red Ediciones
  • Publication date: 8/31/2010
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Diferencias
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 22
  • File size: 64 KB

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Diego Hurtado de Mendoza (1503-1575). España.
Tras muchos viajes, una vida larga y fructífera, murió en Madrid, su ciudad natal. Como otros nobles de su tiempo, don Hurtado de Mendoza fue un verdadero hombre renacentista. Sabía griego, latín, árabe e italiano. Fue diplomático, militar y, sobre todo, poeta.
Entre sus antepasados se cuentan al marqués de Santillana y don Íñigo López de Mendoza. Entre sus virtudes, sobresalen su excepcional don de gentes, su arte de la conversación, su carácter franco y abierto y su destreza en las armas.
Tuvo una carrera brillante como diplomático. Fue embajador en Italia y asistió al famoso Concilio de Trento. También fue gobernador en Siena. Diego Hurtado de Mendoza es considerado un gran poeta, lleno de emoción y sencillez, pero grandilocuente en su dominio de la forma.
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