[poetry] The identity of troubadour Martin Codax (Vigo) is essentially synonymous with his seven surviving Cantigas de Amigo, written in Galician-Portuguese, the dominant vernacular literary language of medieval Spain.
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[poetry] Ramón Cabanillas (Cambados, Pontevedra) was considered the link between the Rexurdimento and twentieth century modernism in Galician literature.
It was raining in Compostela
by Luz Pozo Garza (Ribadeo, Lugo).
The Galician Pipes
by Rosalía de Castro.
by Eduardo Pondal (1835-1917)
Neither white nor black…
by Manuel Luís Acuña (A Podra de Trives, Ourense)
from Fírgoas (Crevices), 1933
On the arrival in Ourense of the first railway engine
Manuel Curros Enríquez (September 15, 1851 – February 7, 1908) was a Galician writer and journalist in the Galician language, and is considered to be one of the leading figures of Galician culture and identity.
Good-bye Rivers, Good-bye Fountains
Rosalía de Castro was a Galician writer and poet. Writing in the Galician language, she became an important figure of the Galician romantic movement.
by Eduardo Pondal (1835-1917).