Hilario Ascasubi (1807 – November 17, 1875) was an Argentine poet.
In 1821, he boarded a ship heading to France. The ship was hijacked and diverted to Lisbon. He escaped, went to France, and lived there for two years. In the 1820s, he joined the military and fought Brazil. He then fought in the Argentine Civil War, after which he lived in exile in Montevideo, Uruguay, where he wrote poetry and ran a bakery shop. In 1843, he published El gaucho Jacinto Cielo con doce números, and in 1846 he published Paulino Lucero.
He died in Buenos Aires of an intestinal problem.
Each year links to its corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:
- 1843: El gaucho Jacinto Cielo con doce números
- 1846: Paulino Lucero
- 1851: Santos Vega o los mellizos de la Flor
- 1853: Aniceto el Gallo
- 1872: Obras completas ("Complete Works"), three volumes compiled by the author
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