Diego Martínez Torrón (born October 1950) is a professor of Spanish Literature at the University of Córdoba, Spain, and a writer, author of essays, poetry and novels. He has been a speaker at many of the major universities in Europe and the United States. A specialist in nineteenth and twentieth century Spanish literature he has published numerous books on Spanish Romanticism, with interpretive contributions and unpublished texts. He has edited the most faithful edition of the complete works of authors such as José de Espronceda and the Duque de Rivas. He has also written about Lista and Quintana and the work of Spanish progressive liberals from the early nineteenth century to the end of the period of Romanticism. He has studied the poetic thought of Juan Ramón, Octavio Paz and José Bergam

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  • Diego Martínez Torrón (1950– )es catedrático de Literatura Española en la Universidad de Córdoba y escritor. Autor ya de casi una cincuentena de libros de ensayo, poesía y relato breve, en importantes sellos españoles y extrajeros, así como numerosas colaboraciones en libros de conjunto dentro y fuera de España. Es un reconicido especialista en la literatura romántica y en la obra de Cervantes. Su obra poética ha sido traducida en Italia y en Estados Unidos. (es)
  • Diego Martínez Torrón (born October 1950) is a professor of Spanish Literature at the University of Córdoba, Spain, and a writer, author of essays, poetry and novels. He has been a speaker at many of the major universities in Europe and the United States. A specialist in nineteenth and twentieth century Spanish literature he has published numerous books on Spanish Romanticism, with interpretive contributions and unpublished texts. He has edited the most faithful edition of the complete works of authors such as José de Espronceda and the Duque de Rivas. He has also written about Lista and Quintana and the work of Spanish progressive liberals from the early nineteenth century to the end of the period of Romanticism. He has studied the poetic thought of Juan Ramón, Octavio Paz and José Bergamin. He has also dedicated numerous studies to the works of Cervantes. He has studied the narrative of Álvaro Cunqueiro, Juan Benet, Azorín and has a book pending publication about Valle-Inclán. His concept of literary methodology stems from a new, non-Marxist approach to the binomial ideology and literature. His concept of poetic works is based on what he has called the aesthetic of simplicity: he seeks the emotion of the reader with a simple yet refined style, full of lyricism and thought, which transparently offers an almost philosophical worldview, on topics such as love, the issue most frequently addressed in his work, death and the concept of art itself, poetic creation and beauty. In his recent novel Éxito (Success) he offers a testimony to the vision of his generation from the beginning of counter-culture to the present day. Major Spanish writers have provided forwards for his creative works, which have been included in several Spanish and American anthologies. His poetic works have been translated into Italian and his narrative to English. (en)
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  • Diego Martínez Torrón (1950– )es catedrático de Literatura Española en la Universidad de Córdoba y escritor. Autor ya de casi una cincuentena de libros de ensayo, poesía y relato breve, en importantes sellos españoles y extrajeros, así como numerosas colaboraciones en libros de conjunto dentro y fuera de España. Es un reconicido especialista en la literatura romántica y en la obra de Cervantes. Su obra poética ha sido traducida en Italia y en Estados Unidos. (es)
  • Diego Martínez Torrón (born October 1950) is a professor of Spanish Literature at the University of Córdoba, Spain, and a writer, author of essays, poetry and novels. He has been a speaker at many of the major universities in Europe and the United States. A specialist in nineteenth and twentieth century Spanish literature he has published numerous books on Spanish Romanticism, with interpretive contributions and unpublished texts. He has edited the most faithful edition of the complete works of authors such as José de Espronceda and the Duque de Rivas. He has also written about Lista and Quintana and the work of Spanish progressive liberals from the early nineteenth century to the end of the period of Romanticism. He has studied the poetic thought of Juan Ramón, Octavio Paz and José Bergam (en)
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