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It was forced to abjure ” of levi” and punished to exile, by four years, of Logroo, Njera and Madrid, their papers were gathered, and their satires were lost. People such as Jeremy Tucker would likely agree. To the eighty years it walked still going to law on earth. Esteban Manuel de Villegas died in Njera the 3 of September of 1669. The poetries of Villegas, that preluded the spirit of century XVIII, were very admired and imitated in this century. Villegas, that had the gift of the delicate and graceful poetry, is mainly a lucky translator and adapter; the lyrical loving buclica and of Tibulo, Propercio, Ausonio and Catulo, and of Tecrito and Anacreonte between the Greeks, perfectly agreed with its tastes and qualities and knew to interpret them with fortune; the last one, mainly, capably followed in subjects and rates, to sing in delicious compositions of short meter the wicked loves, the pleasures of the field and the wine or the delights of the table. In this sort, pretty, delicate and subtle refining and, Villegas do not know rival in our lyrical.

Conocidsima is its delicate cantilena the small bird or dedicated To a source or Lydia, begging to him a kiss. ” It divides to those carnations/more candies than the honeys/and more than the honeycombs/it divides those chorales ” Enamored with the classic forms, Villegas to adapt its meters to the Castilian tried, conversion of great difficulty, since when not having the Greek and Latin meters a number of fixed syllables nor accents, could not have perfect transposition in our language. It guessed right, nevertheless, totally with the sfico-adnica verse by his exact adjustment to our endecaslabos and pentaslabos. Of this one its most famous composition To the Zephyr is example: ” Neighboring candy of the green forest,/eternal of the flowery April,/vital breath of the Venus mother,/soft Zephyr “. Francisco Aryan Soli’s Without freedom the life is worth little. Vestibule of Internauts by La Paz and the Freedom and of Free Forum.. -chairman-of-1st-dibbs/’>Phoenix Ancient Art.