Some curiosities of Spanish colonial poetry

Some curiosities of Spanish colonial poetry

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The Greeks are said to have made use of such combinations, and in every age and language down to those of today they are found in almost infinite variations. Usually an acrostic was a poem or similar composition in which the initial or other letters taken in order spelled a name or phrase taken as a subject. In the seventeenth century it enjoyed, perhaps, its greatest vogue in the courtly circles of Europe and, subsequently, in the higher strata of colonial society. Books frequentlyanbsp;...

Title:Some curiosities of Spanish colonial poetry
Author: Irving Albert Leonard
Publisher: - 1932

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