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List of Latin American writers

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Some of the most important writers from Latin America, organized by cultural region and nationality. The focus is on Latin American literature.

Andes

Bolivia

Colombia

Jorge Isaacs wrote María, one of the most influential 19th Century novels in Spanish

Ecuador

See also Ecuadorian writers

Peru

Mario Vargas LLosa, 2010 Nobel Prize winner

Venezuela

Category:Venezuelan writers
Andrés Eloy Blanco

Brazil

Caribbean

Category:Caribbean writers

Cuba

Dominican Republic

Category:Dominican Republic writers
See also Dominican Republic writers

Haiti

Category:Haitian writers
See also Haitian writers

Puerto Rico

Central America

Costa Rica

Roque Dalton, El Salvador's best known poet
Category:Costa Rican writers

El Salvador

Category:Salvadoran writers
See also Salvadoran writers

Guatemala

Miguel Angel Asturias, Nobel prize winner
Category:Guatemalan writers

Honduras

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