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Orlando Rossardi (pseudonym of Orlando Rodríguez Sardiñas) . León de Greiff: una poética de vanguardia (Madrid, 1973). Cuadernos monográficos.
Orlando Rossardi (pseudonym of Orlando Rodríguez Sardiñas) was born in Havana, Cuba in 1938. He left the island in 1960, and has since been living in Spain and in the United States.
Orlando Rodriguez-Sardinas. Trilogía interrogante (Colección poética Leopoldo Panero ; 30) (Spanish.
Series: Colección Nova scholar.
by. Vicente Reynal (Author). Series: Colección Nova scholar.
xiv + 466 pp. (Both the treatise and the epistula of Sisebut are accompanied by French translations. As a resuit of P. Madoz's articles a number of patristic scholars accepted his view that the liber de variis quaestionibus was not by Isidore but by the Adoptionist Felix of Urgel and therefore of the late Eighth Century^. Other specialists, including Dr. Altaner, have apparently refrained from deciding between the arguments advanced by P. Madoz and P. Vega 51.
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A description of tropes appearing in Orlando Furioso
A description of tropes appearing in Orlando Furioso. Orlando Furioso ("Mad Orlando" or "The Fury of Orlando") continues and completes the story begun in the unfinished but equally epic poem, Orlando Innamorato ("Orlando In Love") by Matteo Maria Boiardo, Conte di Scandiano (1441-1494). Charlemagne (Carlo) is at war with the Saracens, and his paladin Orlando (Roland), the world's greatest knight (and hero of the French Chanson de Roland), goes mad from Unrequited Love for the pagan princess Angelica of Cathay.