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Verdaguer, Jacint, 1845-1902

LC control no.n 79038461
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LC classificationPC3941.V4
Personal name headingVerdaguer, Jacint, 1845-1902
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Variant(s)Verdaguer, Jacinto, 1845-1902
Verdaguer y Santaló, Jacinto, 1845-1902
Santaló, Jacinto Verdaguer y, 1845-1902
Verdaguer, Cinto, 1845-1902
Verdaguer, J. (Jacinto), 1845-1902
Cinto, mossèn, 1845-1902
Verdaguer i Santaló, Jacint, 1845-1902
Santaló, Jacint Verdaguer i, 1845-1902
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Associated countrySpain
Associated placeCatalonia (Spain)
Birth date1845-05-17
Death date1902-06-10
Place of birthFolgueroles (Spain)
Place of deathVallvidrera (Barcelona, Spain)
Barcelona (Spain)
Field of activityPoetry
Profession or occupationPoets
Found inAntología lírica.
Jacint Verdaguer, 1945: t.p. (Jacint Verdaguer) p. 5 (b. 17 maig 1845; poeta) p. 12 (d. 6-10-02)
Virolai, c1994: caption (mosen Cinto Verdaguer) p. 4 (J. Verdaguer)
Els goigs de mossèn Cinto, 2003
Wikipedia, Dec. 15, 2014 (Jacint Verdaguer; Jacint Verdaguer i Santaló; born May 17, 1845 in Folgueroles, Spain; died June 10, 1902 in Vallvidrera (Barcelona), Spain; one of the greatest poets of Catalan literature and a prominent literary figure of the Renaixença, a national revival movement of the late Romantic era. The bishop Josep Torras i Bages, one of the main figures of Catalan nationalism, called him the "Prince of Catalan poets". He was also known as mossèn Cinto Verdaguer, because of his career as a priest)
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