Enríquez (Henriquez) Basurto, Diego
ENRÍQUEZ (Henriquez) BASURTO, DIEGO
ENRÍQUEZ (Henriquez ) BASURTO, DIEGO (b. 1621), *Marrano poet, son of Antonio Enríquez *Gomez. Probably born in Spain, he lived with his father in Rouen, France, and later moved to the Low Countries. Apparently while in Antwerp, Enríquez was the target of a vicious lampoon written in 1664. Enríquez wrote a sonnet in praise of his father's Siglo pitagórico. A longer poem, El Triunpho de la Virtud y Paciencia de Job, dedicated to Anne of Austria, employs a variety of verse forms and is divided into six "visions," with intercalated portions of the Psalms (Rouen, 1649).
Roth, Marranos, 246, 333; Kayserling, Bibl, 26; Barrera, Catálogo del teatro antiguo español (1860), 136; I.S. Revah, Spinoza et le Dr. Juan de Prado (1959), 24, 74–76.
[Kenneth R. Scholberg]
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