Dominicus Faustinus Sarmiento

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Nativitas: 15 Februarii 1811; Sanctus Ioannes a Cuio
Obitus: 11 Septembris 1888; Assumptio
Patria: Argentina
Dominicus Faustinus Sarmiento

Dominicus Faustinus Valentinus Sarmiento (natus in Sancto Ioannes a Cuio Argentinae die 15 Februarii 1811; mortuus Assumptione Paraquariae die 11 Septembris 1888) fuit causidicus, magister ludi, miles, scriptor, et rerum politicarum peritus, et ab anno 1868 usque ad anno 1874 septimus Argentiniae praeses.

Vita[recensere | fontem recensere]

Fuit Iosephi Clementis Quiroga Sarmiento et Annae Paulae Albarracín filius.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bunkley, Allison Williams (1969) [1952], The Life of Sarmiento, New York: Greenwood Press, ISBN 0837123925 .
  • Calmon, Pedro (1975), História de D. Pedro II, 1–5, Rio de Janeiro: J. Olympio  (Lusitanice)
  • Crowley, Francis G. (1972), Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, New York: Twayne .
  • Galvani, Victoria, ed. (1990) (Hispanica), Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, Madrid: Institución de Cooperación Iberoamericana, ISBN 84-7232-577-6 .
  • Halperín Donghi, Tulio (1994), "Sarmiento's Place in Postrevolutionary Argentina", in Halperin Donghi, Tulio; Jaksic, Ivan; Kirkpatrick, Gwen et al., Sarmiento: Author of a Nation, University of California Press, pp. 19–30 .
  • Katra, William H. (1993) (Hispanica), Sarmiento de frente y perfil, New York: Peter Lang, ISBN 0-8204-2044-1 .
  • Katra, William H. (1994), "Reading Viajes", in Halperin Donghi, Tulio; Jaksic, Ivan; Kirkpatrick, Gwen et al., Sarmiento: Author of a Nation, University of California Press, pp. 73–100 .
  • Katra, William H. (1996), The Argentine Generation of 1837: Echeverría, Alberti, Sarmiento, Mitre, London: Associated University Presses, ISBN 0-8386-3599-7/96 .
  • Kirkpatrick, Gwen; Masiello, Francine (1994), "Introduction: Sarmiento between History and Fiction", in Halperin Donghi, Tulio; Jaksic, Ivan; Kirkpatrick, Gwen et al., Sarmiento: Author of a Nation, ??: University of California Press, pp. 1–18 .
  • Mann, Mary Tyler Peabody (2001), My Dear Sir: Mary Mann's Letters to Sarmiento, 1865-1881, ISBN 987-98659-0-1 . Edited by Barry L. Velleman. There is a Spanish translation of these letters, "Mi estimado señor": Cartas de Mary Mann a Sarmiento (1865–1881). Buenos Aires: Icana y Victoria Ocampo, 2005. Edited by Barry L. Velleman. Conversus a Marcela Solá. ISBN 987-1198-03-5.
  • Molloy, Sylvia (1991), At Face Value: Autobiographical Writing in Spanish America, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0521331951 
  • Moss, Joyce; Valestuk, Lorraine (1999), "Facundo: Domingo F. Sarmiento", Latin American Literature and Its Times, 1, World Literature and Its Times: Profiles of Notable Literary Works and the Historical Events That Influenced Them, Detroit: Gale Group, pp. 171–180, ISBN 0787637262 
  • Patton, Elda Clayon (1976), Sarmiento in the United States, Evansville Indiana: The University of Evansville Press .
  • Penn, Dorothy (August 1946), "Sarmiento--"School Master President" of Argentina", Hispania (American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese) 29 (3): 386–389 .
  • Rock, David (1985), Argentina, 1516–1982: From Spanish Colonization to the Falklands War, Berkeley: University of California Press, ISBN 0-520-05189-0 .
  • Ross, Kathleen (2003), "Translator's Introduction", in Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, Facundo: Civilization and Barbarism, trans. Kathleen Ross, Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, pp. 17–26 .
  • Sarmiento, Domingo Faustino (2005), Recollections of a Provincial Past, ??: Library of Latin America, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-511369-1 . Conversus ab Elizabeth Garrels et Asa Zatz.
  • Sarmiento, Domingo Faustino (2003), Facundo: Civilization and Barbarism, Berkeley, CA: University of California Press (published 1845), ISBN 0520239806  Conversus Kathleen Ross.
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