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Manuel Cañete (1822–1891)

Cañete, Manuel (kän-yā’te). A Spanish poet and dramatist; born at Seville, Aug. 6, 1822; died in Madrid, Nov. 4, 1891. He wrote ‘Poems,’ lyric compositions and odes, and dramas: ‘A Dispute in Granada’ and ‘The Flower of Bresalu.’ His studies in dramatic criticism, especially those of the early Spanish theatre, possess a permanent value.