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Manuel Bretón de los Herreros (19 December 1796 – 8 November 1873) was a Spanish dramatist. He was born in Quel (Logrono), and was educated at Madrid. Enlisting on 24 May 1812, he served against the French in Valencia and Catalonia, and retired with the rank of corporal on 8 March 1822. He obtained a minor post in the civil service under the liberal government, and on his discharge determined to earn his living by writing for the stage.

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  • Manuel Bretón de los Herreros (Quel, La Rioja, 19-a de decembro de 1796 - Madrido, 8-a de novembro de 1873), estis dramaturgo, poeto kaj ĵurnalisto hispana. (eo)
  • Manuel Bretón de los Herreros (Quel, Logroño 19 de diciembre de 1796 - Madrid, 8 de noviembre de 1873) fue un dramaturgo, poeta y periodista español.​ (es)
  • Manuel Bretón de los Herreros (19 December 1796 – 8 November 1873) was a Spanish dramatist. He was born in Quel (Logrono), and was educated at Madrid. Enlisting on 24 May 1812, he served against the French in Valencia and Catalonia, and retired with the rank of corporal on 8 March 1822. He obtained a minor post in the civil service under the liberal government, and on his discharge determined to earn his living by writing for the stage. His first piece, Á la vejez viruelas, was produced on 4 October 1824, and proved the writer to be the legitimate successor of the younger Moratín. His industry was astonishing: between October 1824 and November 1828, he composed thirty-nine plays, six of them original, the rest being translations or recasts of classic masterpieces. In 1831, he published a translation of Tibullus, and acquired by it an unmerited reputation for scholarship which secured for him an appointment as sub-librarian at the national library. But the theatre claimed him for its own, and with the exception of Elena and a few other pieces in the fashionable romantic vein, his plays were a long series of successes. His only serious check occurred in 1840; the formerly more liberal government had grown conservative, and when in La Ponchada the author ridiculed the National Guard. He was dismissed from the national library, and for a short time was so unpopular that he seriously thought of emigrating to America; but the storm blew over, and within two years Bretón de los Herreros had regained his supremacy on the stage. He became secretary to the Spanish Academy, quarrelled with his fellow-members, and died at Madrid. He is the author of some 360 original plays, twenty-three of which are in prose. (en)
  • Мануэль Бретон де лос Эррерос (19 декабря 1796, Логроньо — 8 ноября 1873 года, Мадрид) — испанский драматург, автор большого количества популярных в своё время комедий. (ru)
  • Manuel Bretón de los Herreros, född 19 december 1796, död 8 november 1873, var en spansk poet. Bretón de los Herreros blev chef för Biblioteca nacional 1847, och medlem av Spanska akademien 1837, och var under en lång tid dess ständige sekreterare. Sin bana som dramatiker inledde han 1824 med det 1817 skrivna skådespelet A la vejez, viruelas ("När de gamla få vattkoppor"). Han sista verk var Sentidos corporales (1867, "Köttslig lusta"). Mellan dessa utgav han inte mindre än 175 skådespel, bland vilka kan framhållas det romantiska dramat Elena (1834), komedin Marcela (1831) och lustspelet La escuela del matrimonio (1852, "Äktenskapsskolan"). Bretón de los Herreros påverkades främst av Eugène Scribe och Leandro Fernández de Moratín. (sv)
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  • Manuel Bretón de los Herreros (Quel, La Rioja, 19-a de decembro de 1796 - Madrido, 8-a de novembro de 1873), estis dramaturgo, poeto kaj ĵurnalisto hispana. (eo)
  • Manuel Bretón de los Herreros (Quel, Logroño 19 de diciembre de 1796 - Madrid, 8 de noviembre de 1873) fue un dramaturgo, poeta y periodista español.​ (es)
  • Мануэль Бретон де лос Эррерос (19 декабря 1796, Логроньо — 8 ноября 1873 года, Мадрид) — испанский драматург, автор большого количества популярных в своё время комедий. (ru)
  • Manuel Bretón de los Herreros, född 19 december 1796, död 8 november 1873, var en spansk poet. Bretón de los Herreros blev chef för Biblioteca nacional 1847, och medlem av Spanska akademien 1837, och var under en lång tid dess ständige sekreterare. Sin bana som dramatiker inledde han 1824 med det 1817 skrivna skådespelet A la vejez, viruelas ("När de gamla få vattkoppor"). Han sista verk var Sentidos corporales (1867, "Köttslig lusta"). Mellan dessa utgav han inte mindre än 175 skådespel, bland vilka kan framhållas det romantiska dramat Elena (1834), komedin Marcela (1831) och lustspelet La escuela del matrimonio (1852, "Äktenskapsskolan"). Bretón de los Herreros påverkades främst av Eugène Scribe och Leandro Fernández de Moratín. (sv)
  • Manuel Bretón de los Herreros (19 December 1796 – 8 November 1873) was a Spanish dramatist. He was born in Quel (Logrono), and was educated at Madrid. Enlisting on 24 May 1812, he served against the French in Valencia and Catalonia, and retired with the rank of corporal on 8 March 1822. He obtained a minor post in the civil service under the liberal government, and on his discharge determined to earn his living by writing for the stage. (en)
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  • Manuel Bretón de los Herreros (sv)
  • Бретон де лос Эррерос, Мануэль (ru)
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