Paul Groussac - Wikipedia. Paul- Fran. He was born in Toulouse to Catherine Deval and Pierre Groussac, the scion of an old Languedocian family. Biography. He was admitted to the . The next year he moved to Buenos Aires, which would remain his home for the rest of his life. Over the next seventeen years, he worked as a professor, directed the Escuela Normal de Tucum. In 1. 88. 3 he made a trip to France. After his return, in 1.
Biblioteca Nacional. He would hold this position until his death forty- four years later. His most notable works are La Biblioteca (1. Anales de la Biblioteca (1. R. As director of the literary journal Sud.
Am. His works, including Studies of Argentine History, Historical Essay on Tucum. Groussac's other main works include Forbidden Fruit, Argentine Tales, The Divisa Punz. In his autobiographical essay La Ceguera (. Fondo de Cultura Economica, Mexico, 1. As a critic, he was notorious for his ruthless and intractable temperament, and for his withering mordancy. Borges analyzed some of Groussac's literary insults in his 1. Sur essay Arte de injuriar (translated as .
Both men also suffered from poor eyesight, and both were completely blind by the end of their respective tenures as chief librarian. Bibliography. Un estratega intelectual, Buenos Aires, Fondo de Cultura Econ. Un articulador cultural en el pasaje del siglo XIX al XX argentino.
Revista Iberoamericana de Filosof. Spanish)Demarchi, Rogelio, ? Un atractivo ensayo sobre el siempre atractivo Groussac.
Works by or about Paul Groussac at Internet Archive (Spanish) Bruno, Paula, 'Paul Groussac en la cultura', en Criterio, N Historia de la eternidad es el t El grotesco sainete del “operario minero” y la represi.
Jorge Luis Borges (Buenos Aires, 24 de agosto de 1899 - Ginebra, 14 de junio de 1986) fue un escritor argentino, uno de los m El 24 de agosto de 1899, a los ocho meses de gestaci