Doña Clarines y Mañana de Sol by Serafín y Joaquín Álvarez Quintero


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Editor: S. Griswold Morley

Release Date: June 22, 2005 [eBook #16109]

Language: Spanish

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Edited with Introduction, Notes and Vocabulary by

S. GRISWOLD MORLEY, PH.D.
Assistant Professor of Spanish, University of California

D. C. Heath & Co., Publishers
Boston New York Chicago

1915







PREFACE


At present writing it seems to be a fact that no Spanish comedy written
within the last thirty years, perhaps fifty, and making any pretense to
literary worth, is available for use as a text in the United States.
With the intention of filling part of the gap, as well as of introducing
to students two contemporary Spanish dramatists, very well known in
their own country, and very well worth while, I have selected these two

most important works of these authors, they are probably the best
adapted to school use. The many Andalusian forms in most of the Quintero
comedies debar them wholly, and in others continental plainness of

not too difficult, are written in bright and idiomatic Castilian, are
entirely fit for class use, and are reprinted without the alteration or
omission of a word in the original. They may well be read in the first
year of a college course in Spanish, or in the second year of the high
school. The editing has not been done with an eye to the needs of absolute
beginners.

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