Eduardo Berti


Eduardo Berti was born in Buenos Aires in 1964. He was admitted as a member of the prestigious and influential Oulipo in 2014, becoming the group’s first Latin American writer. He is the author of six novels, including Agua, La Mujer de Wakefield, and his most recent, Un padre extranjero, published in 2016 by Tusquets, and has translated the works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Gustave Flaubert, and Elizabeth Bowen into Spanish. He was awarded the Premio Herralde for his novel Todos los Funes, and the 2011 Emecé Prize and Las Americas Prize for The Imagined Land (Un Pais Imaginado).


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