Cuentos completos

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Alfaguara, Jan 1, 1997 - Fiction - 340 pages
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Los cuentos breves, brevísimos y aquéllos de extensa longitud, en cuyas historias Ramírez, a través de un marco costumbrista pero profundamente fantaseador, indaga la realidad nicaragüense elaborando una fina crítica del poder y la sumisión, la identidad y las relaciones humanas.

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Author of more than thirty works of fiction, memoir and criticism, Sergio Ramirez was awarded the 2014 Carlos Fuentes Prize of $250,000 for his entire oeuvre by the government of Mexico. He was born in Masatepe, Nicaragua in 1942. His first book was published in 1963; the following year he earned a law degree at the University of Nicaragua. After a lengthy voluntary exile in Costa Rica and Germany during which he continued to write works of fiction and nonfiction he became active as the leader of the Group of Twelve, consisting of intellectuals, businessmen and priests united against the Somoza regime.

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