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CaptionIt is then revealed that both caballeros have gotten engaged since they last met don Luis to doña Ana de Pantoja and don Juan to doña Inés de Ulloa. Don Luis his pride hurt admits that Don Juan has slept with every woman on the social ladder from princess to pauper but is lacking two conquests: a novice about to take her holy vows and an engaged woman. Don Juan agrees to the new bet boasting that he only needs six days to complete the task with don Luis's fiancee as one of the intended conquests. At this point don Gonzalo don Juan's future father-in-law who has been sitting in a corner during this entire exchange declares that don Juan will never come near his daughter and the wedding is off. Don Juan laughs and tells the man that he will either give doña Inés to him or he will take her. _________________________ The Day of the Dead is a popular time to see performances of the Ancient Spanish drama Don Juan Tenorio about a reckless lover who kills the father of a woman he tried to seduce and then erects the statue of his victim. According to this fictitious play the statue comes alive and drags Don Juan to hell for account of his crimes. _____________________ Calavera of the Newspapers [Calavera de los Periódicos] JOSE GUADALUPE POSADA 1851-1913
HeadlineDon Juan Tenorio: Religious-Fantasy Drama in Two Parts : Outcome of the bet to conquer more women and kill more men than the other in a year
Copyright Noticeen.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Don_Juan_Tenorio
Byline (Photographer)POSADA
URLhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Juan_Tenorio

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