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Julio Cortázar


Argentina (1914 - 1984)

Julio Cortázar (born Jules Florencio Cortázar) was a Belgian-born Argentine author of novels and short stories. He influenced an entire generation of Latin American writers from Mexico to Argentina. was married three times: first to Aurora Bernárdez, then Ugnė Karvelis and finally the Bostonian Carol Dunlop. Most of his best known work work was written in France where he established himself in 1951.
 
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Axolotl (1956)
House Taken Over (1963)
Letter to a Young Lady in Paris (1963)
Clone (1981)
Graffiti (1981)
Moebius Strip (1981)
Orientation of Cats (1981)
Press Clippings (1981)
Return Trip Tango (1981)
Stories I Tell Myself (1981)
Story with Spiders (1981)
Text in a Notebook (1981)
We Love Glenda So Much [short story] (1981)
With Justifiable Pride (1986)



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