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C.D. Warner, et al., comp.
The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Juan Valera (1824–1905)

Valera, Juan. A Spanish poet and novelist; born at Cabra in the province of Cordova, Oct. 18, 1824; died at Madrid, April 19, 1905. He wrote: ‘Poems’ (1858); ‘Critical Studies’ (1864–84); ‘Pepita Jiménez,’ a novel (1874); ‘The Illusions of Doctor Faustino’ (1876); ‘The Commendador Mendoza’ (1877); ‘Doña Luz’ (1878); ‘New Studies’ (1884); ‘Songs, Romances, and Poems’ (1885); ‘Stories, Dialogues, and Fantasies’ (1887); ‘A Good Reputation.’ (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).