Edgardo Cozarinsky

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Edgardo Cozarinsky, "writes superbly of exile, love and death in the Argentine captial," Ian Thomson says in the Independent, and the Scotsman's Allan Massie finds he "restores your faith in imaginative literature." “A profound knowledge of the cultures of Mittel-europa, of the literatures of France, the United States and Britain translated into Buenos Aires vernacular, gives Cozarinsky’s narratives a fiery intellectual strength and a powerful originality.” -- Alberto Manguel

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2007

Sunday, 25 February 2007

The Argentinian writer spoke about life as seen from the New World, longings for the Old World, 1920s Buenos Aires, Jewish gauchos, literature and films.

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