Fb2 La Divisa Punzo (Spanish Edition) ePub
by Paul Groussac
|Publisher:||Quadrata (June 2004)|
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Paul-François Groussac (February 15, 1848 – June 27, 1929) was a French-born Argentine writer, literary critic, historian, and librarian. He was born in Toulouse to Catherine Deval and Pierre Groussac, the scion of an old Languedocian family
Paul-François Groussac (February 15, 1848 – June 27, 1929) was a French-born Argentine writer, literary critic, historian, and librarian. He was born in Toulouse to Catherine Deval and Pierre Groussac, the scion of an old Languedocian family. As a young man, Groussac studied classics in his native Toulouse. He was admitted to the École Navale in 1865, but chose not to pursue a naval career. The next year he moved to Buenos Aires, which would remain his home for the rest of his life.
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ISBN 10: 9871139160 ISBN 13: 9789871139163. Publisher: Quadrata, 2004.
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Paul-François Groussac was a French-born Argentine writer, literary critic, historian, and librarian. As director of the literary journal
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Flag as Inappropriate. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. Historian Paul Groussac. 1848-02-15)February 15, 1848 Toulouse, France. Groussac's other main works include Forbidden Fruit, Argentine Tales, The Divisa Punzó, and Literary Criticism and the Malvinas Islands. Groussac's posthumous reputation was bolstered by his frequent mention in the critical essays of fellow Argentine librarian Sur essay Arte de injuriar (translated as "The Art of Verbal Abuse").