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Enrique Amorim (July 25, 1900 – July 28, 1960) was an Uruguayan novelist and writer, best known for his story Las quitanderas whose plot centers on rural prostitution; also known for his left-wing politics.

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Paris : Centre de recherches hispaniques, 31,rue Gay-Lussac, 1970
 
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