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Betrayed by Rita Hayworth (1968), Puig's first novel, is a loosely autobiographical account which focuses on a boy growing up in a provincial town in Argentina who fantasizes about movie stars as a means of escapism.

Heartbreak Tango: A Serial (1969), Puig's second novel, is a parody of the melodramatic serial novels popular in Argentina.

The Buenos Aires Affair (1973), Puig's third novel, is based on the popular detective novel genre and focuses on the sexual obsessions of the characters.

A Curse upon the Reader of These Pages (1980), Puig's sixth novel, focuses on the dialogue between two characters: Larry, a twenty-six-yearold former history teacher, and Ramirez, a seventy- four-year-old Argentine exile.

Tropical Night Falling (1988) was Puig's last novel. The English translation was not published until a year after his death.

Eva Peron (1996), by Alicia Dujovne Ortiz and translated by Shawn Fields, is a biography of Eva Peron (1919-...

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