Federico Gamboa was studying to become a Notary in the National School of La. Homenaje a don Federico Gamboa (in Spanish).
Federico Gamboa was studying to become a Notary in the National School of Law. However, both of his parents died and he was forced to drop out and start working in 1884. He began as an assistant in a Civil Court and also began on his journalist career. In El Diario del Hogar newspaper he had a regular article called Desde mi mesa (From my table), which he signed as La Corcadiere. Even though he was doing well for himself, he was not satisfied and joined public service. México: Imprenta Universitaria de México. Carreño, Alberto María (1946).
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Mi Diario, Vol. 3 book. Federico Gamboa ha pasado a la historia como uno de los novelistas mexicanos más representativos del régimen porfirista. Excerpt from MI Diario, Vol. 3: Primera SerieL� DE enero. José Emilio Pacheco afirma que Gamboa era un desarraigado geográfico que en la sociedad porfiriana encuentra un sitio. 5 Federico Gamboa fue, ante todo, un hombre que buscó hacer de esa época de bonanza el fin (en los dos sentidos de la palabra) de su vida.
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Federico gamboa: Modernity and religious orthodoxy
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