Argentine Literature

Argentine literature, ie 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, Julio Cortázar, Leopoldo Lugones or Ernesto Sabato.

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Argentine Society - Arts - Literature
... Main article Argentine literature Argentina has a detailed literary history, as well as one of the region's most active publishing industries ... Argentine writers have figured prominently in Latin American literature, since becoming a fully united entity in the 1850s, with a strong constitution and a ... of a strong central government that would encourage European immigration), set the tone for Argentine literature of the time ...
Jorge Luis Borges - Culture and Argentine Literature - Martín Fierro and Argentine Tradition
... Along with other young Argentine writers of his generation, Borges initially rallied around the fictional character of Martín Fierro ... Fierro, a poem by José Hernández, was a dominant work of 19th century Argentine literature ... Its eponymous hero became a symbol of Argentine sensibility, untied from European values – a gaucho, free, poor, pampas-dwelling ...

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