Spanish playwright, born in the nineteenth century, which are not known data other than those relating to the only work that remains today (1998). It's punished perversity, a drama written in prose and composed of two acts and a prologue, which is only saved a copy manuscript in the National Library of Madrid. Action, located in London, realizes a typical argument of the romantic Theatre, in which the bizarre coincidences and the unexpected scenic tricks are forcibly aimed at culminating in a happy ending that doesn't seem too logical. There are disgruntled amores, vile murders, an angelic goodness, evil characters whose perfidy rubs the grotesque, and, ultimately, an excessive accumulation of all those tear ingredients that shaped the romantic drama.
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PEACE and MELIA, Antonio: Catalogue of plays that are preserved in the Department of manuscripts of the B.N.M. (2nd ed. of Julio Paz, vol. II, [Madrid:1934 - 35]). Ms.14.3802.