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Cuento breve de Jorge Luis Borges: El libro de arena (en texto y audio):

“When writers die they become books, which is, after all, not too bad an incarnation.” — Jorge Luis Borges

Octavio Paz, (1914-1998) - Mexican poet-diplomat and writer. Nobel Prize Literature 1990. Photo by Daniel Mordzinski

Emily Dickenson is known for her unique style of writing that contains short lines, typical lack titles, slant rhymes and unconventional capitalization and punctuations. She was born in a strong family on 10th December 1830 in America and wrote over eighteen hundred poems during her lifetime. She died on May 15th 1886 after a 2 and half years battle against bright’s disease.

Ernesto Sabato

Jorge Luis Borges: Al espejo - Foto sin data archivo El Universal - http://borgestodoelanio.blogspot.com/2014/12/jorge-luis-borges-al-espejo.html

Julio Cortázar (b. Jules Florencio Cortázar; 1914–1984), was an Argentine novelist (born in Belgium), short story writer, essayist, and translator. Known as one of the founders of the Latin American Boom, Cortázar influenced an entire generation of Spanish-speaking readers and writers in the Americas and Europe. He has been called both a "modern master of the short story" and, by Carlos Fuentes, "the Simón Bolívar of the novel".

Meet the extraordinary Mario Vargas Llosa. He is a writer, essayist, journalist, novelist and former politician who is most well-known for winning the Nobel Peace Prize and being one of the most significant novelists and essayists of America. "Through writing, one can change history". Mario Vargas Llosa http://www.thextraordinary.org/mario-vargas-llosa