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This book IS A BIT OF AN EYE OPENER, from someone who lives in Argentina, whose economy collapsed in The author may have a survivalist mentality, but he gives the reader a realistic, insider view of living and surviving in that country/5(). Heather Cleary Heather Cleary’s translations include Roque Larraquy’s (nom. National Book Award), Sergio Chejfec’s The Planets (fin. BTBA) and The Dark (nom. National Translation Award), and a selection of Oliverio Girondo’s poetry for New Directions. She is a member of the Cedilla & Co. translation collective and co-founded the digital, bilingual Buenos Aires : Heather Cleary. An Introduction To Argentine Literature In 15 books Adolfo Bioy Casares / Wikipedia Argentina has a strong literary tradition and has produced some of the world’s most celebrated authors, which creates a slight problem for those curious which titles to tackle : Jerry Nelson. Pron was born in Argentina in , the year before the dirty war began. He now lives in Spain. The Argentina Reader edited by Gabriela Nouzeilles and Graciela MontaldoAuthor: Pushpinder Khaneka.
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