Amado Alonso

Amado Alonso (13 September 1896, Lerín Navarre, Spain – 26 May 1952, Arlington, Massachusetts) was a Spanish philologist, linguist and literary critic, who became a naturalised citizen of Argentina and one of the founders of stylistics.

He was a pupil of Ramón Menéndez Pidal at the Center for Historical Studies in Madrid, where he worked on phonetic and geographical linguistics. Between 1927 and 1946 he lived in Buenos Aires, where he headed the Institute of Philology. He then went to Harvard University and lived in America until his death. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Alonso, Amado, 1896-1956.
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by Alonso, Amado, 1896-1952.
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by Bally, Charles.
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by Bally, Charles
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by Saussure, Ferdinand de.
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by Bally, Charles
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by Saussure, Ferdinand de, 1857-1913.
Published 1987, impresión 1995.
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Published 1943.
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by Espinoza, Aurelio M.
Published 1930.
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by Vossler, Karl.
Published 1957.
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by Bally, Charles
Published 1936.
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by Vossler, Karl, 1872-1949.
Published 1943.
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