El cosmopolita, Juan Montalvo · Volumes of Works, Juan Montalvo. Author, Juan Montalvo. Publisher, Editorial “Primicias”, Export Citation, BiBTeX. Las catilinarias ; El cosmopolita ; El regenerador. Front Cover. Juan Montalvo. Bibilioteca Ayacucho, – Ecuador – pages. Title, Las catilinarias. El cosmopolita. El regenerador. Volume 22 of Biblioteca Ayacucho. Author, Juan Montalvo. Contributor, Gustavo Alfredo Jácome.
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A Cultural History ; trans. Montalvo’s first polemics appeared in his own journal, El cosmopolita — Copyright The Columbia University Press.
The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. From the Beginnings to the Present ; 2d rev. His name is still venerated in Ecuador, even though his writing has much declined in its appeal because of changes in stylistic preferences and in political outlook. You must provide copyright attribution in the edit summary by providing an interlanguage link to the source of your translation.
In Montalvo returned to Paris. Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality. The publication of his Catilinarias in made him famous. The following year he was promoted to secretary of the Ecuadorian legation in Paris. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Then, copy and paste the text into your bibliography or works cited list.
Retrieved December 30, from Encyclopedia. Although the assassin had acted for personal reasons, on hearing of the President’s death, Montalvo exclaimed jubilantly: Machine translation like Deepl or Google Translate is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors as necessary and confirm that the translation is accurate, rather than simply copy-pasting machine-translated text into the English Wikipedia.
He stayed there for the remainder of his life, except for a trip in to Spain, where he was very well received by distinguished figures of Spanish letters and politics. The pamphlet circulated in Ecuador. He died of tuberculosis in Paris. Before long, Montalvo was back in Ipiales, where he wrote his Catilinarias. Montalvo studied in Quito but dropped out of the university without earning a degree.
Montalvo was the youngest of 7 siblings: Endowed with a lucid and inquisitive intellect and a strong, quasi-romantic temperament, Montalvo turned his vivid style to a variety of historical, philosophical, and cultural themes. Exiled inhe went to France.
He held diplomatic posts in Italy and France from to Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography. He died on Jan. Content in this edit is translated from the existing German Wikipedia article at [[: Views Read Edit View history. November Click [show] cosmopooita important translation instructions.
Print this article Print all entries for this topic Cite this article. When the latter decided to stay as president for a third term, Montalvo wrote La dictadura perpetua, which Alfaro published in Panama Montalvo returned to Quito in May and started to publish El regenerador, a pamphlet series in which he attacked President Antonio Borrero’s government.
This last period was marked by the publication of his best works: For more guidance, see Wikipedia: Cosmopoljta the most outstanding polemicist of Hispanic literature, he had a wide appeal in Latin America for his denunciation of dictatorship.
The latter, a fellow exile ofsoon sent Montalvo to Panama for his opposition to the general’s dictatorial ambitions. After an issue of El Cosmopolita viciously attacked Moreno, Montalvo was exiled to Colombia for seven years. Montalvo spent his years in exile, in the words of one of his biographers, “in exasperating moral and economic conditions.
Though it did not produce the hoped-for revolution, on Aug. His grandfather was a Spanish retail merchant, and his father, Marcos, followed the same trade. For the Mexican politician, see Juan Bustillos Montalvo. His mother, Josefa Fiallos, owned some land. For the Roman Catholic bishop, see Juan Montalvo bishop.
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Three years later, on the dictator’s return to the presidency, Montalvo fled to Colombia, settling in Ipiales. A political liberalMontalvo’s beliefs were marked by anti-clericalism and a keen hatred for the two caudillos that ruled Ecuador during his life: In the late seventies Juan Montalvo was twice exiled to France, remaining there fromas punishment for Las catilinariasthe work that made him famous throughout intellectual circles in the United StatesEurope and the rest of Latin America.
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