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Bonaparte, Napoleón [Fernandez de Lizardi, José Joaquín]
Advertencia á los lectores para que no sean bobos. El testamento de Napoleón Bonaparte.
México, 1810. . A los Lectores Para Que No Sean Bobos. The Napoleon Bonaparte Testament? An Intriguing Mexican Imprint. En folio (310 x 210 mm). Very rare, not registered in any bibliography. The first news on this imprint was published by James McKegney in American Historiography and Bibliography, vol. XXI (Seville, 1977), p. 4. In turn, Nancy Vogeley published it as the Testament of Napoleon Bonaparte. (A Manuscript by José Joaquín Fernández de Lizardi. Eighteen Hispanic Enlightement, in Aesthetics and Literary Theory, vol. XIII, Nos. 1, 2, Trinity College, Hartford, Spring Fall, 1990, pp. 84, 89). Vogeley found it in the Department of Printed Books of the British Library cataloged along with other writings of Lizardi. This paper is a fool fools. all it contains are bullshit, folly and disagreement. José Joaquín Fernández de Lizardi (1776, 1827), also known as El Pensador Mexicano, was a Mexican writer, considered the first American novelist; in 1812, Fernández de Lizardi founded the most important newspaper at the time of independence: El Pensador Mexicano. WorldCat (US Libraries): no copies.
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