Jo·sé [haw-se], /hɔˈsɛ/, José Echegaray y Eizaguirre, 1832–1916, Spanish dramatist and statesman: Nobel Prize 1904.
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Echegaray belongs to the school of the old drama, whose characteristic is that virtue is always rewarded and vice punished.Spanish Life in Town and Country | L. Higgin and Eugne E. Street
Report all information to me—Echegaray, Ministro de Gobernacion.The Wolf Cub | Patrick Casey
Judged by the canons of art, Echegaray's dramatic productions will be found to have many imperfections.
On the other hand, in the world of the passions Echegaray treads with secure step.
He was married on his death-bed to the mother of his children; the whole is a story for the pen of Ibaez or Echegaray.Diplomatic Days | Edith O'Shaughnessy