Identifier: 44

Title of the Review/Article: 

Don Esteban; or, Memoirs of a Spaniard. (Article no. XXXI)

Periodical (dates): The New Monthly Magazine (1814-1884)
Volume: 13
Number: 53
Date: 1825 (May)
Place of publication: London
Pages: 513-520
Editor: Henry Colburn (1784/5-1855)
Author (Reviewer): Unidentified
Book (Reviewed):

Valentín de Llanos Gutiérrez. Don Esteban; or, Memoirs of a Spaniard, 3 vols. (London: Henry Colburn, 1825).

Brief description:

The anonymous reviewer has mixed feelings about Valentín de Llanos’s Don Esteban. Whereas he does not think that the author is particularly talented, he is interested in his description of Spanish manners and the Peninsular War.

Spanish authors mentioned:

Valentín de Llanos Gutiérrez (1795-1885)

Spanish works mentioned:

Don Esteban; or, Memoirs of a Spaniard (Valentín de Llanos, 1825)

Spanish works cited (P=Partially, F=Fully):

Don Esteban; or, Memoirs of a Spaniard (Valentín de Llanos, 1825) (P)

Other relevant Spanish names mentioned:

Gregorio García de la Cuesta, Spanish officer (1741-1811)

General Ceballos [Francisco de Ceballos] (1814-1883)

Jerónimo Merino (1769-1844)

Antonio Porlier, Marquis of Bajamar (1722-1813)

Ferdinand VII of Spain (1783-1833)

Francisco Ramón Fernández de Córdoba y Glimes de Brabante, first Duke of Alagón (1758-1841)

Infante don Carlos [don Carlos María Isidro de Borbón] (1788-1855)

Pedro Collado [known as Chamorro] (?-1827)

Spanish place names:








References to Spanish relevant historic events:

Peninsular War (1808-1814)

Spanish Constitution (1812)

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