Ricardo Piglia

Ricardo Piglia teaches Latin American literature at Princeton and is one of Argentina’s leading contemporary writers. 


  • Money To Burn, the story of the robbery of an Argentinian wages van, and a subsequent fifteen-hour siege in Montevideo. I don't think I'll be chasing up too many of his other titles.

Other titles:

Artificial Respiration (1980)

The Absent City (1992)

Nocturnal Target (2010)

Short story collections:

The Invasion (1967)

Assumed Name (1975)

Perpetual Prison (1988)

Moral Tales (1995)

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