Soriano was born in Mar del Plata in 1943. In 1976, exile in Europe, for political reasons. He returnes from Paris in 1984. A lung cancer took him thirteen years later. From his first novel, "Triste, solitario y final" (1973), he became one of the most read Argentine writers. His books sold in Argentina and abroad, something his critics never liked, linking his empathy with the publishing market to his narrative simplicity.
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Latin American Literature