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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This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Spanish. Montalvo returned to Quito in May and started to publish El regenerador, a pamphlet series in which he attacked President Antonio Borrero’s government.
Before long, Montalvo was back in Ipiales, where he wrote his Catilinarias. Two elder brothers of Juan fl to Quito and came to occupy high positions in education and government. Montalvo was the youngest of 7 siblings: He held diplomatic posts in Italy and France from to For the Mexican politician, see Juan Bustillos Montalvo.
For more cksmopolita, see Wikipedia: 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. A Cultural History ; trans. 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.
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In the late seventies Juan Montalvo was twice exiled to France, remaining there from kontalvo, as punishment for Las catilinariasmntalvo work that made him famous throughout intellectual circles in the United StatesEurope and the rest of Latin America. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Montalvo’s fame rested on the stylistic qualities of his writing—much in vogue until the beginning of the 20th century—and on their political content, for which he was hailed by liberals all over Hispanic America.
Montalvo’s first polemics appeared in his own journal, El cosmopolita — If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article. The publication of his Catilinarias in made him famous.
The latter, a fellow exile ofsoon sent Montalvo to Panama for his opposition to the general’s dictatorial ambitions. Juan Montalvo was born on April 13,in the provincial town of Ambato. Retrieved from ” https: This attack on Veintemilla is Montalvo’s outstanding polemical work. The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed.
From the Beginnings to the Present ; 2d rev. In he met Augustine Contoux with whom he had one child. A political liberalMontalvo’s beliefs were marked by anti-clericalism and a keen hatred for the two caudillos that ruled Ecuador during his life: Though it did not produce the hoped-for revolution, on Aug.
Perhaps the most outstanding polemicist of Hispanic literature, he had a wide appeal in Latin America for his denunciation of dictatorship.
Although the assassin had acted for personal reasons, on hearing of the President’s death, Montalvo exclaimed jubilantly: Exact name of German article]]; see its history for attribution.
The following year he was promoted to secretary of the Ecuadorian legation cosmopolia Paris. Moreno’s assassination was attributed to Montalvo’s writings. For the Roman Catholic bishop, see Juan Montalvo bishop. Montalvo was a dedicated champion of democracy. Content in this edit is translated from the existing German Wikipedia article at [[: Montalvo studied in Quito but dropped out of the university without earning a degree.
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A model attribution edit summary using German: Copyright The Columbia University Press. He was allowed to return after 4 months, thanks to his attacks against Borrero, which also assured his appointment as deputy to the constitutional convention of When the latter decided to stay as president for a third term, Montalvo wrote La dictadura perpetua, which Alfaro published in Panama Wikimedia Commons has media related to Juan Montalvo.
Retrieved December 30, from Encyclopedia. This last period was marked by the publication of his best works: Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography. Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality. Then, copy and paste the text into your bibliography or works cited list.