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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.
 
Non fiction
 
Anthologies containing stories by Julio Cortázar
 
Short stories
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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