Paola Kaufmann

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Paola Yannielli Kaufmann , writer name Paola Kaufmann , (born March 8, 1969 in General Roca , Dept. General Roca , † September 25, 2006 in Buenos Aires ) was an Argentine writer and biologist.

Kaufmann was born in General Roca, but spent almost all of her childhood and youth in Cordoba . In 1987 she came to Buenos Aires to study at the university a . a. To study science. In 1993 she successfully completed her studies with a doctorate in neuroscience .

Then Kaufmann went to Smith College in Northampton (Massachusetts) for further studies . In 2003 she came back to Argentina and settled in the capital. She died on September 25, 2006 at the age of 37 in Buenos Aires, where she also found her final resting place.


Works (selection)

  • El campo de golf del diablo. Cuentos. Suma de Letras, Madrid 2002, ISBN 84-663-0897-0 .
  • La Hermana. Casa de las Américas, La Habana 2003, ISBN 959-260-075-9 . (Also in English language edition).
  • El lago. Planeta, Buenos Aires 2005, ISBN 950-49-1433-0 . (Also in English language edition).
  • La noche descalza .

Posthumous, collection of narratives:

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Kaufmann, Paola. Retrieved December 12, 2019 (Spanish).
  2. ^ Murió la escritora Paola Kaufmann. In: September 26, 2006, Retrieved December 13, 2019 (Spanish).