Maria Sonia Cristoff
Maria Sonia Cristoff (born 1965) is an Argentine writer who has written extensively about life in Patagonia. She was born in Trelew but since the early 1980s has been based in Buenos Aires. Her books, both fiction and non-fiction, treat the lives of people in the often harsh environment of Patagonia. In Acento extranjero she collected historical writings of others who have explored and traveled in Patagonia. Patagonia is a collection of stories and essays in which authors describe life in their hometowns. Falsa calma is her own travelogue and describes a long, slow, somewhat aimless trip that begins in Canadon Seco and involves her meeting all kinds of people. [*] "It describes the Patagonian isolation, made real in four towns and in a larger city, Las Heras" [*].
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