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Aguirre adored her and dedicated a heartfelt poem to her, and then married her on March 30, after graduating law school. The same year he married and received his law degree he was named secretary of the Bolivian Delegation in Lima. In he left for the War of the Pacific and led the squadron Vanguardia. He directed the Convention of , which ratified in full conflict with Narciso Campero as the constitutional president.
In this position he negotiated in the Pact of Truce between Bolivia and Chile of with Chile even though he was personally in favor of continuing the war. In , the same year of the foundation of the Liberal Party, he was made the leader for it in Cochabamba.
This novel —originally published with the title Cochabamba. Memoirs of the Last Soldier of the Independence Movement and whose authorship was doubted—,  is, according to critics and experts, one of the fundamentals of Bolivian literature. Later life[ edit ] He died in Montevideo , on the way to Brazil, where the government of Gregorio Pacheco had sent him as plenipotentiary minister to the court of Pedro II. His remains were repatriated to Cochabamba, where they are buried now in the mausoleum of the public cemetery.
Nataniel Aguirre: entre el romanticismo y el realismo , originally published in the newspaper Lea, Montevideo ,
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Juan de la Rosa
“Juan de la Rosa” de Nataniel Aguirre