Valle-Inclán

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Valle-Inclán

(Spanish ˈbaʎeiŋˈklan)
n
(Biography) Rámon María del (raˈmɔn maˈria del). 1866–1936, Spanish novelist and dramatist. His works include the novel Tirano Banderas (1926) and the satirical play Don Friolera's Horns (1925)
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En 1994, Joaquin y Javier del VALLE-INCLAN publicaron un coleccion de entrevistas realizadas a su abuelo D.
Si a Valle-Inclan se le ha negado con frecuencia su condicion de dramaturgo, tambien se le ha reivindicado como uno de los autores dramaticos mas importantes del siglo XX.
A figura do escritor espanhol Ramon del Valle-Inclan (1866-1936) esta envolvida em uma aura de fabulas.
Within this context of disaster and imperial transfer, I analyze the political criticism made by Ramon del Valle-Inclan in Tirano Banderas.
In issue 4/1 (April 2012) of Forum for World Literature Studies, we presented a collection of five essays focused on a comparative reading of some of the main European and Latin American referents of the vast literary output of Ramon del Valle-Inclan (1866-1936), one of the most important Spanish writers and playwrights of his time.
Vanguardia, exilio y traduccion en las posguerras europeas: Nancy Cunard y Ramon del Valle-Inclan. Madrid: Editorial Verbum, 2010.