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Juan Valera's The Illusions of Doctor Faustino (Las ilusiones del doctor Faustino) came out in 1875, one year after the resounding success of his Pepita Jiménez. One of the author's contemporaries, the critic Manuel de la Revilla, considered it among the most important novels of his time and compared it to Flaubert's L'Education sentimentale on account of the negative infl ...more
Paperback, 309 pages
Published October 1st 2008 by Catholic University of America Press (first published January 1st 1875)
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Juan Valera y Alcalá-Galiano was a Spanish realist author, writer and political figure.
He was born at Cabra, in the province of Córdoba, and was educated at Málaga and at the University of Granada, where he took his degree in law, and then entered upon a diplomatic career (1847). Over the next five decades, Valera filled a number of positions in a variety of various places. He accompanied the Span
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