Project Description

Raquel Robles

Born in 1971 in Santa Fe (Argentina) Raquel Robles lost both her parents when she was five years of age, during the ferocious dictatorship. She is a founding member and one of the most active militants of H.I.J.O.S., the association created by children of “desaparecidos”. A former journalist, she is presently studying educational management and is the director of a institution for delinquent children. Her first novel, Perder, won the Premio Clarín de la Novela in 2008.

BOOKS.

  • Pequeños combatientes

Pequeños combatientes

Great reviews following the publication in France of Pequeños combatientes. Here are just a [...]

  • Pequeños combatientes

Pequeños combatientes

A little girl and her younger brother, the children of militants at the time of the dictatorship of the 1970’s, invent all sorts of strategies to conceal the fact that “The Worst” has happened and that their parents have “disappeared”.

  • Perder

Perder

(Alfaguara 2008). It is the poignant story – told in first-person – of a woman’s voyage into the depths of grief and alienation upon losing her five year-old son in a car crash.