Biblioteca Nacional de Argentina (1812-2008). Yago Cura GSLIS #701: Hess [email protected][email protected] April 7, 2008. History of the Argentine National Library. 1810: Establised as Biblioteca Publica de BA on 7 Sept. 1812: Opens on March 16.
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Jose Marmol (1858-1871) : Poet and journalist, publishes first Argentine novel “Amalia” in 1885.
Paul Groussac (1885-1929) : French national “modernized” the BNA; historian, novelist, and literary critic.
Gustavo Martínez de Zuviría (1931-1955) : Novelist, lawyer, and academic; used pseudonym, Hugo Wast.
Jorge Luis Borges (1955-1973) : Poet and essayist; shared the Premio Formentor with Samuel Beckett (1961) and the Cervantes with Gerardo Diego (1981); “Ficciones” and “Labyrinths” best known translations of his stories (1962).