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it Is rare to say of a poet that is fun. Of Baltasar del Alcázar (Seville, 1530 – Round, 1606) can and should say, and extend to the superlative, because his production can’t be more sparkling, jovial, cheerful, and charming. The collection of Anthologies of Renaissance (which is so called, embracing the name of the publisher in the sign of the series) reaches its number 114 with a beautiful and well-designed anthology, in charge of Arturo Echavarren , of the poetic production of The Alcázar. It includes, of course, their famous “Dinner joke” (“In Jaen, where I reside…”) and the song “Captive of love”, which lends its title to the book recommended from your first stanza: “Three things have me a prisoner