WorldCat Identities

Manilla, Manuel

Overview
Works: 9 works in 9 publications in 1 language and 10 library holdings
Publication Timeline
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Publications about  Manuel Manilla Publications about Manuel Manilla
Publications by  Manuel Manilla Publications by Manuel Manilla
posthumous Publications by Manuel Manilla, published posthumously.
Most widely held works by Manuel Manilla
Señora, su conejito ya no le gusta el zacate, solo quiere chocolate. Qué animal tan picudito! by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Broadside shows two women looking at a rabbit on a table. The ballad conveys, by means of metaphor, disdain of the upper class for living a life of luxury, represented by their attire and their diet. There is an additional ballad on the verso which expounds on the virtues of the National Bank
Esta es de Don Quijote la primera, la sin par la gigante calavera by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside depicting a calavera of Don Quixote riding an equally skeletal horse. He charges other skeletons with his lance. They are trampled, flee in fear and fly into the air. A second image below that of Don Quixote shows calaveras outside a cemetery pursuing a group of young men and women. In addition, there are decorative elements in the text block: a bowing skeleton and a skeleton riding a bicycle with a large front wheel. A large image, on verso, shows a calavera leaving a grave and wrestling with a man. The text block is illustrated with small skeletons of soldiers
Levantáos de sus fosas, calaveras que aqu[í] se halla el mayor de los troneras by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1904 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside shows fencing calaveras, laughing calaveras, small calaveras, a shrouded calavera, as well as others pulling a man into a grave. The narrator, Don Juan Tenorio, boasts and asks the keyholder to open the door to the underworld. He recounts his daring deeds there. When he returns back to the world he commits another act of a libertine
Suspiros de los angeles by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1910 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside shows masthead with musical instruments, sheet music, and books and two cherubs on recto. The text consist of three love songs: "Angels sighing," "The same as yesterday," and "The zenzontle." On the verso there is a depiction of a matador acknowledging a cheering crowd with a slain bull at his feet. The text title reads "Return of the skillful bullfighter Rodolfo Gaona to the bullfighting ring El Toreo in 1910." The text announces the bullfighting feats of Gaona, one of Mexico's most popular bullfighters and the creator of a cape movement which bears his name. The public kept up with Gaona, as they would any national hero, through his injuries in the bullfighting ring, his involvement with a woman who committed suicide, and his arrest as a suspect in the suicide
Revunvio de calaveras de catrines y borrachos, de viejos y de muchachos, de gatos y garbanceras by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside shows a calavera instructing people to go into the graveyard. The text conveys how the time will come for everyone to end up there. A second calavera in verse (epitaph) is titled "Calavera widows, calavera married women, and calavera young ladies are finally out and about."
Calavera tapatia by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1910 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside shows a male skeleton having a drink of tequila and smoking a cigar. On a table before him lie various objects. A child skeleton looks over his shoulder. Six small decorative skulls break up the text. The text is a calavera in verse. It expounds on the bravery of calaveras from Guadalajara, Jalisco
La calavera de Don Juan Tenorio by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside shows a graveyard in which two skeletons are fencing each other, while another lies on the ground dead, and a fourth peeks from behind a tombstone. There are two small skulls, a small bird creature, and a small angel by a tomb used as decoration. The text concerns a calavera (verse epitaph) of Don Juan Tenorio and his battle with death. Don Juan Tenorio is a drama frequently enacted in observance of the Mexican Day of the Dead
Segunda calavera taurina de la nueva estudiantina. A este toro delgado cual espina, hoy lo viene a torear la estudiantina by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside shows four human skeletons in triangular hats and carrying musical instruments taunting a skeleton bull. The text, in verse, conveys the slaying of the bull and speaks of death in general
La horrorosa calavera de la inundación de Guanajuato by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm) ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1905 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Broadside shows a large skull with several small skulls and skeletons on the recto and verso. The smaller images of skulls and skeletons are shown with corresponding objects conveying some attribute to a type of work or profession. The text both on the recto and verso consists of verse calaveras mentioning several individuals by name and their line of work. The flood in the title of this piece occurred when a dam broke on June 30, 1905, after several days of heavy rain, and killed more than a hundred people
 
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Languages
Spanish (9)