The Greatest Argentinian "Buenos Aires, Fiction, Historical fiction" Books of All Time

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Historical fiction

Historical fiction is a genre of literature that combines fictional stories with real historical events, settings, and characters. These books often take place in a specific time period and are based on research and factual information, but also include imaginative elements to create a compelling narrative. Historical fiction allows readers to experience the past in a unique and engaging way, while also providing insight into the social, cultural, and political issues of the time.

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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 2137th Greatest Book of All Time
  2. 2. Santa Evita by Tomás Eloy Martínez

    "Santa Evita" is a fictionalized account of the life and death of Eva Peron, the beloved First Lady of Argentina. The book delves into the mysterious journey of her embalmed corpse which was moved around the world and hidden for 16 years after her death. The narrative, interwoven with historical facts, explores the cult-like fascination and devotion that surrounded her during her life and continues after her death.

    The 4189th Greatest Book of All Time
  3. 3. A Funny Dirty Little War by Osvaldo Soriano

    Set in a small Argentine town during the tumultuous period of the Dirty War, this novel explores the absurdity and chaos of political conflict through dark humor and satire. The story follows the escalating feud between two rival factions, each trying to assert control over the town, leading to a series of farcical and tragic events. As the situation spirals out of control, the characters' personal vendettas and ideological stubbornness highlight the senselessness of violence and the human cost of political extremism.

    The 7421st Greatest Book of All Time

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