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Title: Bestiario  
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Subject: 1951 in literature, Álvaro Cepeda Samudio, Latin American Boom
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1st edition
Author Julio Cortázar
Country Argentina
Language Spanish
Genre Short story collection
Publisher Sudamericana
Publication date 1951
Media type Print
Pages 165

Bestiario is a book of 8 short stories written by Julio Cortázar.


  • Casa tomada
  • “Carta a una señorita en París”
  • “Lejana”
  • “Ómnibus”
  • “Cefalea”
  • “Circe”
  • “Las puertas del cielo”
  • “Bestiario”

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