Ricardo Jaimes Freyre
Ricardo Jaimes Freyre (May 12, 1868 – April 24, 1933) was a Peruvian-born Bolivian poet.
Background and early years
Freyre spent much of his time abroad, especially in Tucumán, Argentina, teaching Literature at the Padres Lourdistas' Secondary School.
Collaboration with Rubén Darío
His works were also influenced by Norse mythology.
Freyre died in Banfield, Argentina on April 24, 1933.
- Echevarría, Roberto González & Enrique Pupo-Walker. The Cambridge History of Latin American Literature. Page 53. Cambridge University Press, 1996.
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