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José Güell y Renté (1819–1884)

Güell y Renté, José (gwely’ ē rān-tā’). A Spanish poet, historian, statesman, and miscellaneous writer; born in Havana, Cuba, Sept. 14, 1819; died at Madrid, Dec. 20, 1884. ‘Tears of the Heart’ and ‘Heart-Chagrin’ brought him into prominence as a poet. ‘Meditations, Christian, Philosophical, and Political, for the Use of the People,’ ‘Thoughts, Literary and Political,’ and many essays and political pamphlets, comprise his prose writings.