2 edition of The influence of the Spanish and other European theatres on Tamayo y Baus. found in the catalog.
The influence of the Spanish and other European theatres on Tamayo y Baus.
Neale Hamilton Tayler
Written in English
Thesis (PhD) - University of Torotno, 1948.
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Baus. Manuel Tamayo y Baus, (born Sept. 15,Madrid, Spain—died JMadrid), Spanish dramatist who, with Adelardo López de Ayala y Herrera, dominated the Spanish stage in the midth was a key figure in the transition from Romanticism to Realism in Spanish literature. Tamayo y Baus was the son of a well-known actor and actress.
Manuel Tamayo y Baus - Life and Works. Manuel Tamayo y Baus was born in Madrid in His whole family was related to the theatre world in some way or the other, and his first years of life were spent traveling with his parent's theatre company.
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