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Jose Enrique Rodo (1872 – 1917)
|Nationality: Uruguyan||Periods: Latin American: 1826-1900
Latin American: 20th Century
Rodo is best known for his essay, “Ariel,” which was based on Shakespeare’s The Tempest and was aimed at the youth of Latin America.
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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013