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Dr. Manuel A. Alonso (October 6, 1822 – November 4, 1889) was a writer, poet and journalist. He is considered to be the first Puerto Rican writer of notable importance. Contents. [hide]. 1 Early years; 2 Return to Puerto Rico; 3 Poet and journalist; 4 See also; 5 References. Early years[edit]. Alonso was born in San Juan, ...


Manuel Alonso may refer to: Manuel Alonso Areizaga, Spanish tennis player; Manuel A. Alonso, Puerto Rican poet; Manuel Alonso Corral, an antipope; Manuel Alonso Martínez, Spanish jurist and politician. Disambiguation icon, This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Manuel Alonso. If an internal ...


a short biography with photo of one of Puerto Rico's illustrious poets, Manuel A. Alonso, and two of his poems.


The latest Tweets from Manuel Alonso (@DoSS_Lboro). Director of Student Services at Loughborough University, cycling enthusiast (enthusiasm not matched by ability), views all mine etc etc. Loughborough, England.


El Gíbaro de Manuel Alonso, es la afirmación del sentimiento nacional e identitario del puertorriqueño de mediados del Siglo 19. Alonso, considerado el primer exponente de la literatura costumbrista y criollista relata lo distintivo de un Puerto Rico aún en formación política y social; las costumbres y modos del criollo que ...


Official profile of International Tennis Hall of Fame Inductee Manuel Alonso.


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Jose-Manuel Alonso, MD, PhD. Home / Research / Graduate Research Faculty / Jose-Manuel Alonso, MD, PhD. Jose-Manuel Alonso, MD, PhD. SUNY College of Optometry 33 West 42nd Street New York, NY 10036. Lab Website. Research Description. Functional Circuitry of the Visual Thalamus and Cortex. My laboratory ...


Manuel Alonso was the first Spanish tennis player of international stature. He was Spanish Champion in 1915, and 1919-20. After the 1920 Olympics, Alonso reached the semi-finals of the World Hard Court Championships in Paris. In 1921 he reached the All-Comers final at Wimbledon, losing to [Brian Norton] in five sets .