Tirso de Molina

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Tir·so de Mo·li·na

 (tîr′sō dā mə-lē′nə, thĕ mō-lē′nä) Pen name of Gabriel Téllez. 1584?-1648.
Spanish playwright whose popular works include The Seducer of Seville (1630), which introduced the character Don Juan.
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Tirso de Molina

(Spanish ˈtirso ðe moˈlina)
(Biography) See de Molina
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Tir•so de Mo•li•na

(ˈtɪər soʊ deɪ məˈli nə)
(Gabriel Téllez) 1571?–1648, Spanish playwright.
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Noun1.Tirso de Molina - Spanish dramatist who wrote the first dramatic treatment of the legend of Don Juan (1571-1648)
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