Antonio de Zayas

Spanish poet

1871   -   1945

genre: poetry
country of citizenship: Spain
languages spoken, written or signed: Spanish
occupation: writer, poet

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Antonio de Zayas-Fernández de Córdoba y Beaumont, (3 September 1871 – 23 April 1945) was a Spanish diplomat and writer. As a poet, he is classified into the movement known as Hispanic Modernismo. He was born in Madrid on 3 September 1871 and died in Málaga in 1945. He was the second of the 20th Century Dukes of Amalfi, a Spanish title revived by Alfonso XIII of Spain, which was purely titular and carried no authority over the Italian city of Amalfi.
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