Sarmiento ‘s polarized view of the historical moment, i.e. ‘Civilization and Barbarism’. Facundo was written in Its success was not immediate, but when in. Civilization and Barbarism () by Domingo Civ and Barbarism-title mark. png. NEW YORK: .. Consequences of Facundo’s Government. Facundo: An Introduction by Roberto Gonzalez Echevarria Translator’s Introduction FACUNDO: CIVILIZATION AND BARBARISM Author’s Note Introduction.
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Chapters not individually listed. The Rule of the Strongest.
The Cantor, or Minstrel. The Beginning of the Revolution. The Violent Death of Cities.
His Infancy and Youth. Facundo as a Diviner.
Feud between Ocampos and Davilas. Consequences of Facundo’s Government.
Significance of the Color “Red”. Effects of Freedom of Thought.
Facundo and the Federals. The Catholic Party and Religion. An Easy Way of Paying Debts.
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Dorrego and the Unitarios. The Execution of Dorrego by Lavalle. Liberal Element cvilization Cordova. Treaty of Lopez of Santa Fe.
A Spark of Humanity. Buenos Ayres in Capture of Rio Quarto. Introduction of the Silk-Worm. Facundo at his Old Ways. Rosas Governor of Buenos Ayres. Facundo at Buenos Ayres. Facundo’s Secret Opposition to Rosas. Aldao Captain under San Martin. Future Destiny of the Republic. Barcala, the Educated Slave.
What Mendoza gained from Aldao’s Government. Preface to the Recollections of a Province. The History of my Mother. Vision of his Mother’s Death.
Facundo: or Civilization and Barbarism
Characteristics of “My Mother”. The Fiesta of St. La Toribia and Na Cleme. The Sentence of Saints bafbarism Fig-tree. School of La Patria. Education after leaving School. Perils of Civil War. The Mastery of Languages. Mayordomo of Copiapo Mines. A Community of Students. Second Summons from Benavides. Reasoning with an Ignorant Tyrant.
Official Force in San Juan. Face to Face with Death. Literary Labor in Chili. Rout of La Madrid’s Army. Fugitives in the Mountains. Resumption of Literary Labors in Chili. Normal School in Chili. La Cronica and other Writings. Return to Buenos Ayres and Conquest over Rosas. Voluntary Exile to Chili. Residence in Buenos Ayres. Letter to Barbaarism Manso. Conventions civiilization Reform Constitution Debates of Congress.
Political and Moral Influence. Isles of the Parana. Railroad from San Fernando to Buenos Ayres. Virasero — Death of Dr. Battle of Pavon — Reception at San Juan. Made Governor of San Juan.
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