Álvaro Enrigue

Award-winning novelist and short story writer

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Award-winning novelist and short story writer

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Álvaro Enrigue's Sudden Death is the wild tale of a tennis match between the poet Francisco de Quevedo and the artist Caravaggio that transcends time and involves other historically…

Álvaro Enrigue: Sudden Death

Álvaro Enrigue's Sudden Death is the wild tale of a tennis match between the poet Francisco de Quevedo and the artist Caravaggio that transcends time and involves other historically…

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