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ALARCON Y MENDOZA, Juan Ruiz d', Mexican dramatist, born in Tasco, Mexico, about 1580; died in Spain, 4 August 1639. He was educated in Spain, and in 1609 became a lawyer in his native country. In 1610 he was appointed teniente corregidor of the city of Mexico, and later president of the royal council of the Indies. In 1628 he published eight dramas, and in 1634 twelve more. " La verdad sospechosa," of which Corneille's "Menteur" was an adaptation, and "Las paredes oyen," which still keeps the stage in Spain, are his most famous plays. A new edition of his works was printed in Madrid in 1848-'52.
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