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1 South American Literature’s Master of Malaise
2 Most Dreaded Hell – The Brooklyn Rail
3 Book Review: A book that deals with people & places
4 Tonight (Nuit de chien)
5 Poet Francisco Brines Named 2020 Winner Of Spain's Cervantes Prize For Literature
6 OCT 2019
7 Living With Edmund White
8 Mal dia para pescar — Film Review
9 Charco Press is bringing new Latin American fiction to British readers
10 11 New Books We Recommend This Week
11 Uruguayans celebrate Mario Benedetti's 100 birthday
12 You, Me, Larsen, Petrus, and Dr. Díaz Grey
13 Ricardo Piglia, celebrated Latin American writer who had a 'profound impact' on students, dies at 76
14 An insider's guide to Montevideo: a mix of tranquility and vibrant culture
15 Richard Ford, winner of the Hadada Award, once spat at Colson Whitehead
16 Best Translated Book Award 2020 Shortlists Announced
17 ‘The Sound of Things Falling,’ by Juan Gabriel Vásquez
18 Cafe Brasilero – Montevideo, Uruguay
19 The New Yorker Recommends: Book Reviews
20 Fifty years after the Prague Spring, Cuba and Fidel Castro
21 Leila Guerriero: 'My advice to emerging journalists: read more'
22 Mario Vargas Llosa turns 80
23 Spanish literary agent of Nobel authors Carmen Balcells dies at 85
24 'Dublinesque,' by Enrique Vila-Matas
25 In the Beginning Was the Sea by Tomás González review – a tragedy foretold