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ECHEVERRIA, Esteban (aytcheverre'ah), South American poet, born in Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic, in 1809; died in Montevideo, Uruguay, in 1851. He began publishing poems at the age of twenty, spent some time in study in France, and, on his return to his native land, issued "Elvira 5 la novia del Plata," which was unworthy of his talent and not well received. He afterward published a volume of short poems entitled " Consuelos" (1834), which established his reputation as a poet. He wrote several poems narrating the heroic deeds of those who risked their lives in defending their country against the tyrant Rosas, and in consequence was obliged to go into exile. His best known works are "La Cautiva," containing exquisite descriptions of the pampas and the Argentine people, and "Rimas" (1837); "La Guitarra," "Angel caid<>," "Avellaneda," and "La insurrecci(;n delSud" (Montevideo, 1849).
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