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Entries with Keyword Argentine Literature

With January comes the heat (I know, you hadn’t noticed until I told you), vacations (for the lucky few), and a general much slower pace when it comes to, you know, doing stuff. So why not take advantage and use …

As part of The Bubble’s series exploring literary local options beyond Borges and Cortázar, here is a pack on some of Argentina’s greatest male writers. Switch the August wintry setting for a while and enjoy, dear bookworms!

RODOLFO FOGWILL

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In my third year of college, I ambitiously signed up for a high-division Latin American literature course. The first book on our syllabus was barely an inch thick – Tirano Banderas by Ramón del Valle-Inclán. Reading is not an appropriate …

It was 30 years ago that Julio Cortázar, the Argentine-turned-Parisian author of numerous essays, short stories and only two novels, undid his last tether to our corporal world. When he stepped off from our “so-called reality,” as one of his …