All-New, All-Different Avengers 002 by Mark Waid

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The Avengers are dead--long dwell the Avengers! Earth's Mightiest Heroes--Captain the United States, Thor, imaginative and prescient, and Iron Man--are residing separate lives, no longer tied to any team--but while a danger from past the celebs pursuits our global, destiny attracts them jointly once again, along Nova, Ms. surprise, and Miles Morales a.k.a. Spider-Man!

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Recopil. vbi etiam Marbon. glos. 2. Baëza de inope debitore. cap. 16. n. 77. 78. » ARMONA: MEMORIAS CRONOLÓGICAS, I 29 el corto período de 50 o 60 años: esto es, desde los v´ltimos del siglo XV hasta mediados del XVI, reynando Carlos V y su hijo Phelipe II. 13. Los poetas que hicieron profesion de componer y escribir comedias, los que les dieron magestad, pompa theatral y elevados coturnos que no tenían, para salir a el mundo con vfanía: Lope de Vega, Cervantes, Zárate, Matos Fragoso, Tárraga, Mira de Mescua, Moreto, Solís y otros, todos fueron de los tres reynados sucesivos de Phelipe III, Phelipe IV (que también compuso algunas) y Carlos II 19 .

Ellas mismas enseñan hasta qué punto llevaron la dramática; porque entonces no havía theatros ni actores de esta clase en Madrid ni en alguna otra parte de España. 2. Setecientos años, o más, de guerras internas para expulsar del reyno a los moros, no permitieron que las musas templasen los ynstrumentos de dulzura. El valor, la espada y el morrión, la patria y los combates, arrastraron toda la juventud, y la guerra fue toda la ocupación de los hombres. No havía más prohezas que las de las armas teñidas con sangre humana: apenas vna pluma en cada reynado, o en cada provincia, escribía; y menos todavía cantava las heroycidades de su tiempo, ni las victorias que a su propria vista hivan rompiendo los pesados grillos de la esclavitud africana.

Corría por España, aplaudido de todos, en varias temporadas del año y recogía, con muchos aplausos, muchos regalos y dinero, representando sus propias composiciones. Ymitó a Plauto y a Terencio en ellas con un arte y vna gracia nativa que deleytava o encantava a todos 22 . –1644), natural de Guadix, amigo y discípulo de Lope de Vega; Agustín Moreto y Cabaña (1618–1669); Antonio de Solís y Rivadeneira (1610–1686), natural de Alcalá de Henares, dramaturgo e historiógrafo, colaborador de Coello, Calderón y otros.

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