Any merit Avellaneda has is reflected from Cervantes, and he is too dull to reflect much.
Avellaneda was a graceful writer of lyrics in which there was feeling and melody but little depth of thought.
But whatever Avellaneda and his book may be, we must not forget the debt we owe them.
Avellaneda is recognized as the foremost poet amongst the women of nineteenth-century Spain.
President Avellaneda was frightened at the results of his action, and to avoid a collision ordered the troops to be withdrawn.
Avellaneda and his adherents had fixed upon General Roca as the next President.
It was evident that Avellaneda intended to choose his successor.
Avellaneda's reason for this personal attack is obvious enough.