The Argentina Reader by Gabriela Nouzeilles (Editor); Graciela Montaldo (Editor)
Call Number: F2810 .A646 2002
Publication Date: 2002
Like other entries in the Duke University Press "Reader" series, the selections cover a wide variety of historical periods, sources, themes, and formats to provide as complete a view of the country's history, culture and society as possible. The authors, largely Argentine, include some of the most prominent literary writers, historians, and political figures, including Tulio Halperin Donghi, San Martin, Rosas, Sarmiento, Alberdi, Echeverria, Darwin, Dario, Lugones, Girondo, Storni, Roberto Arlt, Borges, Victoria Ocampo, Cortazar, Rodolfo Walsh, Che Guevara, Alejandra Pizarnik, Peron, Guillermo O'Donnell, Ricardo Piglia, Alfonsin, Cesar Aira, and Beatriz Sarlo.