Obras reunidas: El tañido de una flauta ; Juegos florales

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Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2003 - Fiction - 316 pages
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It was in 2006 that Mexican writer Sergio Pitol, born in 1933, received a definitive international honor. In April, he was awarded the Premio Cervantes de Literatura, equivalent of the Nobel Prize of Spanish literature. His literary universe blends autobiography, fiction, essay and chronicle with incomparable magic. This first volume of his collected words presents his first two novels, El tanido de una flauta (1973) and Juegos florales (1985).

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