This edition of The Art of Worldly Wisdom includes an informative introduction by Willis Barnstone, Distinguished Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature at Indiana University. Barnstone, a noted translator, critic, and poet, explores GraciÃ¡n's background and places him within his historical and literary context.
This edition also contains The Art Of Worldly Wisdom, The Art of Worldly Wisdom
About: Balthasar GraciÃ¡n y Morales (1601-1658) assumed his final vows of the Jesuits in 1635, having been raised by his uncle, a priest, and studying theology in Zaragoza, Spain.
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