Clara Obligado (1950) is an Argentine writer who has been living in Spain since she fled the military dictatorship in 1976. She is the author of the novels La hija de Marx (winner of the Lumen Prize in 1996), No le digas que lo quieres (2002), Petrarca para viajeros (2015), as well as the story collection El libro de los viajes equivocados (winner of the Setenil Prize in 2012), among many others works.
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