Angolan, Brazilian, Mozambiquean, Catalan, Puerto Rican, Colombian, Spanish, Dominican, Uruguayan, and Argentine book porn

September 20, 2012 § 4 Comments

Pepetela (Angola) and Mia Couto (Mozambique)

Over the past week or so, either through my two trips to Nashville’s largest used bookstore, McKay’s, or through purchases online, I have acquired an interesting collection of books from authors from various parts of the world.  While I could have also included books from English-language writers (and a few more Spanish and Italian authors), I thought I’d just post these to highlight some works/authors that likely are not all that familiar to Anglophone readers.

Álvaro Pacheco (Brazil), Oswald de Andrade (Brazil)

Josep Maria de Sagarra (Catalan), Rogério Bessa, ed. (Brazil)

Arcipreste de Hita (Spain), Mario Benedetti (Uruguay)

Rosario Ferré (Puerto Rico), Alfredo Iriarte (Colombia)

Alina Diaconú (Argentina), Ángela Hernández Núñez (Dominican Republic)

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