Heredia

[Spanish e-re-th yah; for 1 also French ey-rey-dya]
noun
  1. Jo·sé Ma·rí·a de [Spanish haw-se mah-ree-ah th e] /Spanish hɔˈsɛ mɑˈri ɑ ðɛ/, 1842–1905, French poet, born in Cuba.
  2. a city in central Costa Rica, N of San José.
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  • Heredia wants to be poetic and hard; the hardness appears to him as a virtue in the poetic.

    Instigations

    Ezra Pound

  • Heredia will prove in the near future a capital example of this power.

  • Heredia had scarcely founded the city when King Philip sent it a Bishop.

    Carmen Ariza

    Charles Francis Stocking

  • Heredia undertook to write several plays, but without success.

  • The younger Heredia established himself in the city of Matanzas, as a successful lawyer.

    The History of Cuba, vol. 3

    Willis Fletcher Johnson