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Federico Andahazi born June 6, is an Argentine writer and psychologist. Federico Andahazi was born in Buenos Aires , Argentina, at Congreso, a very central neighborhood of the city. The Anatomist was published by Editorial Planeta in , translated into over thirty languages, and has sold millions of copies worldwide.
His second novel, Las piadosas The Merciful Women ,  a Gothic fantasy set in Geneva , exploring the relationship between Lord Byron , his secretary Polidori  and Mary Shelley , was published in The three short stories begin in the same way and are located in similar settings of nineteenth-century Argentina.
Errante en la sombra was published in ; Andahazi wrote more than forty tangos for this story, in which singer Carlos Gardel takes part. The novel La ciudad de los herejes was published in The author wrote the beginning of a text, asking the readers to continue the story, create characters, propose plots, solve riddles, to be sent by e-mail.
Therefore, in an unprecedented work, reading and answering thousands of e-mails per week, Andahazi built the story with the various inputs and points of view. Every Saturday a new chapter was added to the novel, increasing the participation and the expectation of readers turned co-authors. There he narrates the story of Quetza, the brilliant son of Tenochtitlan, who discovers the European continent. In , Andahazi published his first non-fiction book, Pecar como Dios manda , a sexual history of Argentines.
His books have been translated to many languages. He has participated in literary congresses in France, Finland, and several cities in Spain among others.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Federico Andahazi. Retrieved 31 October The Independent. Retrieved 6 November The New York Times. Retrieved 29 October Opening The Book. Retrieved 11 November Revista Volar. Retrieved 4 May La Capital.
NYU School of Medicine. El Tiempo. Retrieved 1 November Siga al conejo blanco in Spanish. Categories : births Living people Argentine Jews Argentine people of Hungarian descent Argentine people of Russian-Jewish descent Jewish Argentine writers Argentine psychologists Argentine male novelists Writers from Buenos Aires 20th-century Argentine novelists 21st-century Argentine novelists.
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El Conquistador by Andahazi Federico
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Federico Andahazi born June 6, is an Argentine writer and psychologist. Federico Andahazi was born in Buenos Aires , Argentina, at Congreso, a very central neighborhood of the city. The Anatomist was published by Editorial Planeta in , translated into over thirty languages, and has sold millions of copies worldwide. His second novel, Las piadosas The Merciful Women ,  a Gothic fantasy set in Geneva , exploring the relationship between Lord Byron , his secretary Polidori  and Mary Shelley , was published in