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Santos Vega o los mellizos de la Flor was started in , and published for it is Hilario Ascasubi who should be considered the first of the “gauchi-poetas,” as. Santos Vega-Aniceto el Gallo-Paulino Lucero (3 Tomos) by ASCASUBI, HILARIO and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Santos Vega (Spanish Edition) [Hilario Ascasubi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In spite of the precedent of Bartolomé Hidalgo’s Cielitos.

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In the author’s own words: Santos Vega o los mellizos de la Flor was started inand published for the first time in in Montevideo as two deliveries of just 10 chapters spanning 1, verses It is just in that Ascasubi, during his stay as diplomat in Paris, completes the sixty five chapters and more than 13, verses. None of your libraries hold this item.

AI marked it as to-read Jul 25, In spite of the precedent of Bartolome Hidalgo’s “Cielitos y Dialogos patrioticos” -that defined the ” cielito” as the tone of voice for the “gauchesca” genre- it is Hilario Ascasubi who should be considered the first of the “gauchi-poetas,” as his works opened the roads to Estanislao del Campo’s “Fausto” and Jose Hernandez’s “Martin Fierro” Jopa rated it really liked it Jun 11, In order to set up a list of libraries that you have access to, you must first login or sign up.


Franco marked it as to-read Sep 21, Published December 18th first published Other editions – View all Santos Vega: In the s, he joined the military and fought Brazil. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

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Santos Vega O Los Mellizos De La Flor

He then fought in the Argentine Civil Warafter which he lived in exile in Montevideo, Uruguay, where he wrote poetry and ran a bakery shop. These notes were made after a careful research work that included Ramon R.

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Tiscornia Edicion critica de Vegz Gauchescos, Ed. During his posting, he was encharged of the newly created immigration office responsible for the recruitment of new immigrants and workers for the agriculture fields, unfortunately among this contingent of workers arrived in Argentina a large number of French revolutionaries.

Santos Vega was an Argentine gauchoand invincible payador a kind of minstrel that competed in singing competitions resembling dialectic discussionswho was only defeated by the Devil himself, disguised as the payador Juan sin Ropa “John Clothless”.