Alberto Manguel

Alberto Manguel

A Canadian writer of international significance, Alberto Manguel was born in Argentina and raised in Israel, and over his substantial and successful career so far has authored numerous novels, non-fictions and essays. Among his remarkable works is The Dictionary of Imaginary Places (1980), written by Manguel with Gianni Guadalupi, a fantastical traveller's guide. In recent years he moved to France, renovating a medieval presbytery to include an oak-panelled library for his some 30,000 books. He regularly writes for Geist magazine, has been honoured by Paris' Pompidou Center for its 30th Anniversary Celebrations, and has won literary awards around the world.

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