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The Academia de la Lengua (Academy of Language), established in Spain in 1713, was one manifestation of this philosophy, which sought to regulate the use of words and the rules of their usage. Renewed interest in Latin and Greek as the basis of higher studies led to a more strict aesthetic, in which the humanist ideal sought model philosophies in the classical cultures. XXXI1 OVERVIEW The advent of the Bourbon reign in Spain led to friction between the central government and the Jesuit congregations in Mexico, which had accumulated great political, economic, and cultural wealth.
Although begun before his exile in Italy, it was not published until shortly after his death, in 1780. He also wrote two poems in Spanish. One was a verse translation of the eighth Eclogue of Virgil and the other an original in Gongorine style written for the dedication of the Jesuit temple in Zacatecas. WORKS: Rasgo epico descriptivo de la fdbrica y grandezas del Temph de la Compahia de Jesus de Zacatecas (Mexico, 1750; and in Estilo 34 : 119-35). Egloga VIII, Pharmaceutia de Virgilio (in Jose Antonio Alzate, Observaciones sobre lafisica, historia naturaly artes utiles) (Mexico, 1787).
Abreu Gomez' well-developed protagonist, balanced by the novel's structure, binds the work together. Abreu Gomez was also the biographer of Martin Luis * Guzman. In 1968 he published a volume about Guzman and his work, including a selection of his writings. He had previously published a number of critical essays and other studies in journals. Then, again in 1979, he produced an excellent anthology of Guzman's work, arranged by genres. In Mexico he contributed to the journal Contemporaneos, with which he became noted as a prolific literary critic, with impressive studies on Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, *Rufz de Alarcon, and others.
Dictionary of Mexican Literature by Eladio Cortes