Enrique Lafourcade, author of the most-read book in the history of Chilean literature, dies.

The writer of Palomita Blanca (Little White Dove) died today at the age of 91. Chilean writer and journalist Enrique Lafourcade, who released 45 books ...

during his literary career that included novels, stories, fables, essays, articles, and chronicles, died today at the age of 91 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. Lafourcade, who had retired from public life in 2010 when he was diagnosed, was known for his extensive literary vocation, in which highlighted works include La fiesta del Rey Acab (The Feast of King Ahab), El Príncipe y las Ovejas (The Prince and the Sheep),  Novelas de Navidad (Christmas Novels), and El gran taimado (The Great Rapscallion), which was in reference to the dictator Augusto Pinochet (1973-1990).

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