The newly attained fame allowed Dario to obtain the position of newspapercorrespondent for La Nacion of Buenos Aires. A little after sending his first article to La Nacion, he set off on atrip back to Nicaragua. During a brief stop in Lima he met the writer Ricardo Palma. He arrived at the PortCorinto on March 7, 1889. In Leon he was received as a guest of honor. His stay in Nicaragua was brief, and he movedto San Salvador where he was named director of the periodical La Union. In San Salvador, he was married by lawto Rafaela Contreras, daughter of a famous Honduran Orator, Alvaro Contreras, on June 21, 1890.
Dario decidedto leave El Salvador despite job offers from the new president. He moved to Guatemala at the end of June. InDecember 1890 he was tasked with directing a newly created newspaper, El Correo de la Tarde. That same year thesecond edition of his successful book Azul, substantially expanded, and using Valera’s letters, which catapultedhim to fame, as prologue, was published in Guatemala. In 1891, Dario chose to move to Costa Rica with all of [continua]
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