Félix Bruzzone

Félix Bruzzone

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Félix Bruzzone is an Argentinian writer, borN in Buenos Aires, 1976.

Bruzzone pursued literature studies at the University of Buenos Aires. Acknowledged by Clarín, Argentina’s largest newspaper, he was recognized as one of the decade’s ten most significant authors. His literary works delve into the Argentine military dictatorship spanning the 1970s and 1980s, focusing on the victims of that era. Among them were Bruzzone’s parents, categorized as the “disappeared,” with his father detained three months before his birth and his mother abducted a few months later. The subsequent destiny of his parents remains unknown. Raised by his grandmother, Bruzzone spent his formative years in her care.


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