The Greatest "Buenos Aires, Drama, Fiction" Books of All Time

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Drama

Drama is a genre of literature that typically deals with serious and emotional themes, often exploring the complexities of human relationships and the struggles individuals face in their lives. These books often feature intense character development and intricate plotlines, delving into the depths of human experience and the challenges of navigating the world around us. From family dramas to political intrigue, the drama genre encompasses a wide range of stories that aim to captivate readers with their raw and powerful storytelling.

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  1. 1. Los lanzallamas by Roberto Arlt

    "Los lanzallamas" is a novel set in Buenos Aires in the 1920s, revolving around the lives of a group of characters who are marginalized by society. The protagonist, a failed inventor turned anarchist, is manipulated into participating in a plot to overthrow the government and establish a new social order. The plot fails, leading to tragic consequences for the characters involved. The novel explores themes of alienation, disillusionment, and the struggle for individual freedom in a repressive society.

    The 2392nd Greatest Book of All Time
  2. 2. Heartbreak Tango by Manuel Puig

    "Heartbreak Tango" is a tragicomedy that explores the intertwined lives of the inhabitants of a small town in Argentina. The narrative revolves around the life and death of a charismatic but flawed young man, Juan Carlos, who has relationships with multiple women, each of whom remember him differently. The story is told through a series of letters, diary entries, police reports, and gossip, presenting a multifaceted view of Juan Carlos and the impact he had on those around him. The novel also critiques the shallowness and hypocrisy of society, particularly in its treatment of women.

    The 2471st Greatest Book of All Time

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