By Andres Hax
After stopping by , The Guardian’s World Literature Tour stopped most recently in Argentina.
As part of the “Tour” the newspaper asks readers to suggest both classic works and contemporary novels. It’s a true goldmine of information. It will be worth keeping an eye on this series as it passes from country to country.
As one reader notes, “There is also a new breed of younger writers coming out in the last 15 years which are definitely worth a read — very few, if any, of them have been translated into English, though.”
Tell us, what would you suggest to read from this Latin American literary powerhouse?