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Bookshop display of Julio Cortázar books
Bookshop display of Julio Cortázar books

"I remembered too that night which is at the middle of the Thousand and One Nights when Scheherazade (through a magical oversight of the copyist) begins to relate word for word the story of the Thousand and One Nights, establishing the risk of coming once again to the night when she must repeat it, and thus on to infinity…" --"The Garden of Forking Paths", Jorge Luis Borges

"Relatos salvajes (2014) combines the best of cinema with the best of the short story tradition." --Sholem Stein

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Argentina is a country in South America, called officially The Argentine Republic. Its capital is Buenos Aires.


Argentine literature, i.e. the set of literary works produced by writers of Argentina, is one of the most prolific, relevant and influential in Latin America, with renowned writers such as Jorge Luis Borges and Julio Cortázar.

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