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Gutiérrez Ordóñez, Salvador
After the work of Amado Alonso and some other precursors, structuralism was introduced in the Spain of the fifties thanks to the studies of Emilio Alarcos Llorach.In the first editions of Fonología española, the contributions of the different structuralist schoolswere applied to the study of expression. Alarcos was a pioneer in the phonological studies of Spanish, of Latin, of Catalan, of Andalusian, of Asturian, and also of poetic language. In grammar, his studies on the verb as well as its Gramática estructural are modelic. Sebastián Mariner and Martín Sánchez Ruipérez were other relevant figures of structuralism applied to classical languages.