Pulitzer Prize

Argentine writer, Hernán Díaz, 50, who grew up in Swedish exile and has been living in the United States for the past few decades, won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for his novel Trust on early May, a success helped by the praise of former US President, Barack Obama and The New York Times, which listed his work amons last year’s best books.  Published in Spanish under the title Fortuna and circulating at the ongoing Book Fair in Palermo, this novel on financial capitalism in the early 20th century, is already being turned into a television series starring Kate Winslet.

SOURCE: www.batimes.com.ar

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