José Trajano Mera
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|José Trajano Mera|
|Born||José Trajano Mera Iturralde
|Occupation||Poet, Playwright, Diplomat|
José Trajano Mera Iturralde (1862 in Ambato – 1919 in Guayaquil) was an Ecuadorian poet, playwright and diplomat from a literary family with a cultural lineage. His father was the writer Juan Leon Mera who wrote Ecuador's first novel Cumanda and the text of the Ecuadorian National Anthem.
He earned a degree in jurisprudence from the Central University of Ecuador. He died in Guayaquil in 1919 while holding the position of Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Relations.
- Cónsules y Consulados (1910; Consuls and Consulates)
- Los virtuosos (1917; The Virtuous)
- La visita del poeta (The Poet's Visit)
- Paz en la guerra (1911; War and Peace)
- Sonetos y Sonetillos (1909; Sonnets and Little Sonnets)
- El reino de Bélgica: su comercio é industria (1909; The Belgium Kingdom: its commerce and industry)
- Encyclopedia of Latin American Theater, 2003, edited by Eladio Cortés, Mirta Barrea-Marlys
- Sonetos y Sonetillos, una obra al alcance de su biblioteca particular
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