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  1. 20th-century Argentine writers

    20th-century Argentine writers

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  3. Argentine songwriters

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  4. Argentine writers in French

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  5. Argentine comics writers

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  6. Argentine dramatists and playwrights 2 views

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  7. Argentine essayists

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  8. Argentine historians

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  9. Argentine journalists

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  10. Argentine lyricists

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  11. Argentine non-fiction writers

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  12. Argentine novelists

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  13. Argentine philologists

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  14. Argentine poets

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  15. Argentine political writers

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  17. Argentine screenwriters

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  18. Argentine short story writers 2 views

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  19. Argentine travel writers

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  20. Argentine women writers

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  21. Writers from Buenos Aires

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  22. Argentine writer stubs

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  1. Jorge Bucay

    Jorge Bucay


    Jorge Bucay (born October 30, 1949) is a gestalt psychotherapist, psychodramatist, and writer from Argentina. His books have sold more than 2 million copies around the world, and have been translated into more than seventeen languages.

  2. Angel Balzarino

    Angel Balzarino


    Angel Balzarino (born August 4, 1943) is an Argentine writer who currently lives in Rafaela.

  3. Adolfo Bioy Casares

    Adolfo Bioy Casares


    Adolfo Bioy Casares (September 15, 1914 – March 8, 1999) was an Argentine fiction writer, journalist, and translator. He was a friend and frequent collaborator with his fellow countryman Jorge Luis Borges, and wrote what many consider one of the best pieces of fantastic fiction, the novella The Invention of Morel.

  4. Alberto Granado

    Alberto Granado


    Alberto Granado Jiménez (August 8, 1922 – March 5, 2011) was an ArgentineCuban biochemist, doctor, writer, and scientist. He was also the youthful friend and traveling companion of Che Guevara during their 1952 motorcycle tour in Latin America. Granados later founded the Santiago School of Medicine. He authored the memoir Traveling with Che Guevara: The Making of a Revolutionary, which served as a reference for the 2004 film The Motorcycle Diaries, in which he was played by Rodrigo de la Serna. An elderly Alberto Granado makes a short appearance at the end of the film.

  5. Jorge Luis Borges

    Jorge Luis Borges


    Jorge Francisco Isidoro Luis Borges KBE (/ˈbɔrhɛs/;  audio ) (24 August 1899 – 14 June 1986), was an Argentine short-story writer, essayist, poet and translator, and a key figure in Spanish language literature. His work embraces the "character of unreality in all literature". His best-known books, Ficciones (Fictions) and El Aleph (The Aleph), published in the 1940s, are compilations of short stories interconnected by common themes, including dreams, labyrinths, libraries, mirrors, fictional writers, philosophy, and religion. Borges has been described by literary critics as Latin Americas' monumental writer.

  6. Alan Pauls

    Alan Pauls


    Alan Pauls (born 22 April 1959 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine writer, literary critic and screenwriter. An early essay he did on Betrayed by Rita Hayworth by Manuel Puig is said to show his interest in him as an "experimental writer." Although Pauls has expressed skepticism about the avant-garde as any form of program, preferring to see it as a "toolbox." Among his own experimental works is Wasabi from 1994. He also had a longstanding interest in film and his later work El pasado was adapted to film. Among more recent work he wrote a "History of" trilogy with the titles being History of crying, History of hair, and History of money. He has additionally served as a visiting professor at Princeton University.

  7. María Elena Walsh

    María Elena Walsh


    María Elena Walsh (1 February 1930 – 10 January 2011) was an Argentine poet, novelist, musician, playwright, writer and composer, mainly known for her songs and books for children, who has been considered a "living legend, cultural hero (and) crest of nearly every childhood".

  8. Mex Urtizberea

    Mex Urtizberea


    Mex Urtizberea (born October 25, 1960 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is an Argentine musician, actor, writer, conductor and comedian.

  9. Julio Cortázar

    Julio Cortázar


    Julio Cortázar, born Jules Florencio Cortázar (August 26, 1914 – February 12, 1984), was an Argentine novelist, short story writer, and essayist. Known as one of the founders of the Latin American Boom, Cortázar influenced an entire generation of Spanish-speaking readers and writers in the Americas and Europe. He has been called both a "modern master of the short story" and, by Carlos Fuentes, "the Simón Bolívar of the novel."

  10. Enrique Anderson Imbert

    Enrique Anderson Imbert


    Enrique Anderson-Imbert (February 12, 1910– December 6, 2000) was an Argentine novelist, short-story writer and literary critic.

  11. Orlando Sconza

    Orlando Sconza


    Orlando Rubén Sconza born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in October 21, 1960 is an Argentine of Italian origin, historian, researcher, professor, poet and writer specialized in Geopolitics and Political Economy.

  12. Patricia Maldonado

    Patricia Maldonado


    Patricia Maldonado (born June 12, 1956 in São Paulo, Brazil) is an Argentine-Brazilian writer, who wrote scripts for famous Argentine television series such as Chiquititas, Verano del '98, Rebelde Way and Floricienta.

  13. Alejandro Dolina

    Alejandro Dolina


    Alejandro Ricardo Dolina (born May 20, 1944) is an Argentine broadcaster, who also achieved fame as a musician, writer, radio host and television actor. He studied Law, Music, Literature and History.

  14. Ernesto Sábato

    Ernesto Sábato


    Ernesto Sabato (June 24, 1911 – April 30, 2011) was an Argentine writer, painter and physicist. According to the BBC he "won some of the most prestigious prizes in Hispanic literature" and "became very influential in the literary world throughout Latin America". Upon his death El País dubbed him the "last classic writer in Argentine literature".

  15. Carlos Barbarito

    Carlos Barbarito


    Carlos Barbarito is an Argentine poet born in Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina on 6 February 1955.

  16. Lucía Puenzo

    Lucía Puenzo


    Lucía Puenzo (born 28 November 1976, Buenos Aires) is an Argentine author and film director. She is the daughter of the Oscar winning film director, producer, and screenplay writer, Luis Puenzo.

  17. Esther Vilar

    Esther Vilar


    Esther Vilar (born Esther Margareta Katzen; September 16, 1935 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is an Argentinian-German writer. She trained and practised as a medical doctor before establishing herself as an author. She is best known for her 1971 book The Manipulated Man and its various follow-ups, which argue that, contrary to common feminist and women's rights rhetoric, women in industrialized cultures are not oppressed, but rather exploit a well-established system of manipulating men.

  18. Marco Denevi

    Marco Denevi


    Marco Denevi (May 12, 1922 – December 12, 1998) was an Argentine award-winning author of novels and short stories, as well as a lawyer and journalist. His work is characterized by its originality and depth, as well as a criticism of human incompetence. His first work, a mystery novel titled Rosaura a las diez (1955), was a Kraft award winner and a bestseller. In 1964, it was translated into English as Rosa at Ten O'Clock. Other famous works of his include Los expedientes (1957), Ceremonia Secreta (1960), El cuarto de la noche (1962), and Falsificaciones (1966).

  19. Eduardo Montes Bradley

    Eduardo Montes Bradley


    Eduardo Montes-Bradley (born July 9, 1960) is a filmmaker, photographer and author. His biographical film-portraits on writers, composers, artists, and historical figures have been translated into several languages. His documentary Samba On Your Feet, a study on the origins of Brazilian Carnival and Samba traditions, gained the recognition of African American Studies. Most recently, Montes-Bradley produced and directed "Julian Bond: Reflections from the Frontlines of the Civil Rights Movement" (2012), "Rita Dove: An American Poet" (2014), and biographical documentaries in the ongoing series of "Writers Made in Brazil”.

  20. Jorge Lanata

    Jorge Lanata


    Jorge Lanata is an Argentine journalist and writer, born in Mar del Plata in 1960. He founded the leftist Argentine newspaper Pagina 12 in 1987 and co-founded the daily newspaper Crítica de la Argentina on March 2, 2008, and was its director until April 4, 2009.

  21. Mario Rodríguez Cobos

    Mario Rodríguez Cobos


    Mario Luis Rodríguez Cobos, also known by the mononym Silo (6 January 1938 – 16 September 2010), was an Argentine writer and founder of the Humanist Movement.

  22. Humberto Costantini

    Humberto Costantini


    Humberto "Cacho" Costantini (April 8, 1924 – June 7, 1987) was an Argentine writer and poet whose work is filled with the rich slang (porteño) of Buenos Aires. Except for his years of exile in Mexico, his life was lived in and around Buenos Aires.

  23. Roberto Cossa

    Roberto Cossa


    Roberto Cossa (born November 30, 1934) is a prominent Argentinian playwright and theatre director.

  24. Horacio Etchegoyen

    Horacio Etchegoyen


    Horacio Etchegoyen (born January 13, 1919) is a prominent Argentine psychoanalyst, who in 1991 was elected president of the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA).

  25. Alberto Gerchunoff

    Alberto Gerchunoff


    Alberto Gerchunoff (January 1, 1883 – March 2, 1950), was an Argentine writer born in the Russian Empire, in the city of Proskuriv, now Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine. His family emigrated in 1889 to the agricultural colony of Moises Ville. His father, Rab Gershon ben Abraham Gerchunoff was murdered by a gaucho on February 12, 1891. After a few months the family moved to Rajil, founded by philanthropist Baron Maurice de Hirsch as a haven for Jews fleeing the pogroms of Europe. Later, he lived in Buenos Aires. Jorge Luis Borges described him thus:

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