#1
In my Spanish class, each student was assigned a category. I got stuck with literature. The only Latino/Hispanic author I know of is Jose Rizal. But he is from the Philippines, a country colonized by Spain. Even though he was a native Spanish speaker and his two most famous works are in Spanish, the teacher would not allow me to choose him. Isn't that bull****? So now I need help because I cannot think of any other Hispanic/Latino author.

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#4
For Whom the Bell Tolls. He ain't hispanic, but some of the characters probably are

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#6
Try Jorge Luis Borges, or Pablo Neruda, they're very popular among latinamerican readers.

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#7
gabriel garcia marquez

im reading memoria de mis putas tristes at the moment, it's good but hard for my spanish skills hahaha :P but easier than como agua para chocolate

i recommend him because i think he has written lots of fairly famous books

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#10
Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Horacio Quiroga (super creepy sh*t)
Pablo Neruda
Mario Vargas Llosa
Romulo Gallegos (Venezuela FTW)
Andres Eloy Blanco (Venezuela FTW)

Pick one.
No muerde, no calla
Sin sangre no hay arte
Nada ni nadie
De nada más