Amir Hamed

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Amir Hamed (Born 1962) is a Uruguayan writer and translator.

Background and education[edit]

Born in Montevideo, he earned a degree in literature from the University of the Republic and a doctorate in Hispanoamerican literature from Northwestern University.

Works[edit]

Novels
  • Artigas Blues Band (1994)
  • Troya Blanda (1996)
  • Semidiós (2001)
Stories
  • ¿Qué nos ponemos esta noche? (1992)
  • Buenas noches, América (2003)
Essays
  • Retroescritura (1998)
  • Orientales: Uruguay a través de su poesía Siglo XX (1996)
  • Mal y neomal. Rudimentos de geoidiocia (2007)
  • Porno y post porno (2009, in collaboration with Roberto Echavarren and Ercole Lissardi)
Translations

See also[edit]

Uruguayan literature

External links[edit]