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Después de esa excepcional generación de narradores que incluye, entre otros, a Jorge Luis Borges , Ernesto Sabato , Adolfo Bioy Casares y Julio Cortázar , de los narradores argentinos más interesantes que han surgido son Juan José Saer y Ricardo Piglia . Pese a su breve producción literaria, Piglia da una admirable continuidad a la intensa tradición narrativa de su país. ...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published 2004 by Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (first published 1999)
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Jun 11, 2008 Guillermo Jiménez rated it it was amazing
La manera más económica en México de leer a este monstruo literario argentino es esta edición antológica de cuentos. Si mal no recuerdo yo lo conseguí en 25 pesos en la miserable Feria Internacional del Libro de Monterrey.

¿Necesito decir algo sobre Piglia? No lo creo.
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Ricardo Piglia is one of the foremost contemporary Argentine writers, known equally for his fiction (several collections of short stories; the novels "Artificial Respiration", 1980; "The Absent City", 1992; "Money to Burn", 1997) and his criticism (1986 "Criticism and Fiction", 1999 "Brief Forms", 2005 "The Last Reader".
Piglia has received a number of awards, including the "Premio Iberoamericano d
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