Juan Manuel Rozas

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Juan Manuel Rozas (1936 - January 14, 1986) was a Spanish writer.

Works[edit]

  • The Count of Villamediana. Bibliography and contribution to the study of texts. Madrid, CSIC, 1964 (bibliographic Papers, 11)
  • Songs of Mendes Brito. Unpublished works of Count Villamediana. Madrid, CSIC, 1965
  • Academy held in the city of Ciudad Real in 1678. Ciudad Real, Manchegos Studies Institute, 1965
  • The language and literature at the CSIC. Madrid, CSIC (in collaboration with A. Quilis)
  • Bartholomew Jimenez Paton. Spelling Epitome of Latin and Castilian. Institutions of Spanish grammar. Study and editing. Madrid, CSIC, 1965, "Hispanic Classics" (in collaboration with A. Quilis)
  • Breton de los Herreros. Work dispersed. Logroño. Riojanos Studies Institute, 1965 (in collaboration with JM Díez Taboada)
  • The poetic generation of 1927. Study, anthology and documentation. Madrid, Alcala, 1966 (in collaboration with Joaquin Gonzalez Muela)
  • The poetic generation of 1927. Second ed., Greatly enlarged and modified. Madrid, Alcala, 1974 «limina" 3. ª ed. greatly enlarged, Madrid, Isthmus, 1986
  • Villamediana: CC sonnets. Introduction and texts. Barcelona, Mars, 1967
  • Villamediana: Works (1629). Study and editing. Madrid, Castalia, 1969, 2. ª ed., Madrid, Castalia, 1980
  • Azorin. Castilla. Edition, preface and notes. Barcelona, Labor, 1973. "Modern Hispanic Texts', 21
  • The generation of 27 from within. Madrid, Alcala, 1974 «limina", 3). 2. ª ed. greatly enlarged, Madrid, Isthmus, 1986, "Bella Bellatrix»
  • Meaning and doctrine of "New Art" of Lope. Madrid, SGEL, 1976 (collection "Themes")
  • Life and work of Villamediana. (Forthcoming in Ed Ariel)
  • About Marino and Spain. Madrid, National Editor, 1978
  • The Golden Age Theater in times of Lope de Vega. Madrid, UNED, 1976
  • History of Literature, I. Madrid, UNED, 1976, 2 vols. (Directed and written eight chapters)
  • The 27 and generation. Santander, The Mouse Island, 1978
  • History of Literature, II. Madrid, UNED, 1978, 2 vols. (Directed and written five chapters)
  • Poetry (1930-1931). Facsimile Edition and Introduction, 2 vols., Vaduz, Topos Verlag, 1979
  • Intra and literature. Salamanca, University International Courses, 1980
  • The poetic group of 27. Madrid, Chisel, 1980, 2 vols. (In collaboration with G. Torres Nebrera)
  • Lope de Vega and Felipe IV in senectute cycle. Opening address by 1982-83. Cáceres, Extremadura University, 1982
  • Three Secrets (loudly) from the literature 27. Cáceres, Publications of the Department of Literature, 1983
  • Periods of Spanish literary literature (exemplified with bibliographers Extremadura). Cáceres, Publications of the Department of Literature, 1983
  • Gonzalo de Berceo, Miracles of Our Lady. Juan Manuel Rozas Ed. Barcelona, Plaza y Janes, "Classic", 1986. Reprinted in Madrid, Libertarian
  • Studies on Lope de Vega. Edited by Jesus Cañas Murillo. Madrid, Chair, 1990
  • Human and divine rhymes of Mr. Tome of Burguillos. Juan Manuel Rozas Editing and Jesus Cañas Murillo. Madrid, Castalia, "Castalia Classics", in press
  • Consolation and their gods. The Mouse Island, Santander, 1984
  • Anonymous Guadalupe Villarreal and Yuste, double Songbook. Juan Manuel Rozas Ed. Cáceres, 1985 (Palinodia, n. # 1, annexed to gauge)
  • Ostinato. Badajoz, Provincial Government, 1986 (posthumous)
  • Speech manual. Cáceres, Editions Norba 10004, col. 'Tiles' 3