1817, Feb 211893, Jan 23
a Spanish Romantic poet and dramatist. In 1837 he published a book of verses, mostly imitations of Alphonse de Lamartine and Victor Hugo, which was so favourably received that he printed six more volumes within three years. After collaborating with Antonio García Gutiérrez on the play Juán Dondolo (1839) Zorrilla began his individual career as a dramatist with Cada cual con su razón (1840), and during the next five years he wrote twenty-two plays, many of them extremely successful.
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03/14/1840-Jose Zorrilla's El Zapatero y el Rey premieres in Madrid 
03/28/1844-Jose Zorrilla's Don Juan Tenorio premieres in Madrid
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