Pablo Rojas PazPablo Rojas Paz (June 26, 1896 - October 1, 1956) was an Argentine writer born in Tucumán. He published essays, poetry, short stories, novels and biographies. For his short story collection ''El patio de la noche'' (''Night's Playground'') he was awarded with the National Prize of Literature, in 1940.
Along with fellow writers Jorge Luis Borges, Alfredo Brandán Caraffa and Ricardo Güiraldes, he founded the Proa magazine, in 1924. Provided by Wikipedia
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