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He was born on the 17th of May in Folgueroles Osona to a humble yet somewhat cultivated peasant family.
His mother taught him how to read at a very young age. When he was 10, he entered the Seminary of Vic, where he studied religious subjects for fifteen years.
He was intellectually formed in the city of Vic in contact with teachers and friends and in an atmosphere of cultural resurgence, and he read the Greco-Latin, Italian, French and Spanish classics. He founded Esbart de Vic, which was made up of a group of enthusiastic students with romantic ideas and sentiments; they would meet at the Font del Desmai to practise poetry.
This is also where he contracted tuberculosis, and he moved to Barcelona to regain his health. Thus began a string of successes.
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He took numerous journeys accompanying the family on health and business trips. 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. The conflict stemmed from his relationship with the most disadvantaged population of society and his presence in a house vsrdaguer exorcists. The authorities were displeased with this behaviour: Shortly thereafter, the Church authorities banned him from officiating at mass.
Inthe ban was retracted and he was rehabilitated. He also wrote several prose works boasting extraordinary literary quality, as well as prose and verse, along with several translations and versions from other languages. Unpublished works have been issued since his death, and among the thousands of manuscripts which he left, there is still a range of more or less finished poems and prose works that have verdavuer yet been printed.
All of this is coupled with an extensive, fascinating epistolary encompassing more than 1, letters, most of which has already been published. We can divide his works into three stages. Inhe submitted one of his most famous short epic pieces to the Jocs Florals of Barcelona: The work was a resounding success and the Barcelona Town Hall issued a special edition withcopies of the text.
Inhe published another religious poem, Lo somni de Sant Joanand in he came out with a poetic book of circumstances, Caritatto help the victims of the earthquake in Andalusia that same year. His travels during this period gave rise to two prose books: The poet entered this era immersed in a personal verdageur, and his literary activity came to a partial halt. He abandoned epic and historical-patriotic poetry and focused on religious poems, which now became more intimate with predominantly atlanitda works.
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Once he had earned back permission to celebrate masshe began to write feverishly to restore his reputation, which had been harmed by the conflict.
Primavera were published quite a bit later and Each volume has two parts: It was published under the aegis of the Societat Verdaguer through Verdaguer Edicions. Later years The poet entered atlantdia era immersed in a personal crisis, and his literary activity laa to a partial halt.