Internationally acclaimed Uruguayan author Daniel Chavarria drew hundreds of readers to the presentation of his new novel during the 15th International Book Fair, currently underway in Cuba.
"Priapus," an entertaining story filled with humor and eroticism, won Chavarria the important Camilo Jose Cela literature prize granted by Spain's Palma de Mallorca city hall.
The novel, set in a Cuban village, portrays a young doctor who finds a high occurrence of priapism (persistent and painful erection of the penis) among the local male population.
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