Eduardo Galeano

novelist

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Uruguayan journalist, writer and novelist (September 3, 1940 - April 13, 2015)

Eduardo Galeano on KCRW

Eduardo Galeano has written a history of the world in brief chapters, each one devoted to an iconic incident...

Eduardo Galeano: Mirrors

Eduardo Galeano has written a history of the world in brief chapters, each one devoted to an iconic incident...

from Bookworm

Eduardo Galeano's denunciation of our multinational globalized future is characteristically brilliant, whimsical-devastating.

Eduardo Galeano: Upside Down

Eduardo Galeano's denunciation of our multinational globalized future is characteristically brilliant, whimsical-devastating.

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