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Sonia marked it as to-read Feb 19, The anecdotes told about him show that he stood out vefdaguer his peers for his intelligence, astuteness and courage, helped by his athletic complexion. The bishop Josep Torras i Bages, one of the main figures of Catalan nationalism, called him the “Prince of Catalan poets”.

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Carles Fabrego-Vinyeta added it Apr 17, He was the third of eight children, only three of whom survived. Infollowing controversy about aspects of his work as a priest, he left the post of alms chaplain at the Marques of Comillas’ palace.

Despite the utter triumph of the poem, after a voyage to the Holy Land he fell into a spiritual crisis which would lead him to prefer Church work. When he was 10, he entered the Seminary of Vic, where he studied religious subjects for fifteen years.


In November he entered the palace of the Marquis of Comillas as an alms chaplain. Until he entered the Seminary he lived like the other children in his town.


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