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MARMOL, Jose (mar'-mole), Argentine poet, born in Buenos Ayres, 5 December, 1818" died there, 12 August, 1871. In early life he began to take part in the politics of his country, and was elected several times as deputy and afterward senator for the province of Buenos Ayres, attaining notice by his eloquence in defence of popular rights. He also travelled extensively through South America and part of Europe, and on his return was appointed director of the National library at Buenos Ayres, which place he occupied till shortly before his death, when he became totally blind. His principal works are "El Peregrino" and "Las Armonias," poems describing his impressions of travel (Buenos Ayres, 1856)" the dramas "El Cruzado" (1860) and " El Poeta" (1862)" and "La Amalia," a historical romance describing accidents of the war of the roses in England (1866) This is his best work, and has been translated into French and German. A selection from his works has been published under the title "Obras poeticas y dramaticas de Jose Marmol" (Paris, 1875).
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