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After an adolescence spent in neighbourhood cinemas showing double bills of old Hollywood films and reading an inordinate amount of fiction in Spanish, English and French favourite authors — Robert Louis Stevenson , Joseph Conrad , Henry James , he studied literature at Buenos Aires University , wrote for local and Spanish cinephile magazines, and published an early essay on James, which he developed from his university thesis — El laberinto de la apariencia The Labyrinth of Appearance, , a book which he later suppressed. In he won a literary prize for his essay on gossip as narrative device in the writings of James and Proust. In he published Borges y el cine, a book that he expanded in every reprint Spain, and , and translations. He has since that time also declined to have this book reprinted. Arriving back home, he more fully committed himself to his writing.

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After an adolescence mostly spent in neighbourhood cinemas showing double bills of old Hollywood films and reading an inordinate amount of fiction in Spanish, English and French favourite authors - Stevenson, Conrad, some Henry James , he studied literature at Buenos Aires university, wrote for local and Spanish cinephile magazines and published an early essay on James which developed out of graduation work - El laberinto de la apariencia The Labyrinth of Appearance, , a book he later suppressed.

He was barely twenty when he became acquainted with Borges, Bioy Casares and Silvina Ocampo, all writers of prestige whom he saw frequently during his years in Buenos Aires. In he won a literary prize with an essay on gossip as narrative device in James and Proust. In he published Borges y el cine, a book enlarged in every reprint Spain, and , and translations which he also does not want reprinted now.

After a first nine-month stay in Europe and a visit to New York between September and June , he returned to Buenos Aires with the desire and the decision to leave behind his life as a literary idler. After dabbling in journalism, in the culture section of the weeklies Primera Plana and Panorama, he made a first film, an underground feature shot on weekends throughout a year, knowing that it could not pass the local censorship of the period.

It was nevertheless screened at festivals throughout Europe and the United States. Its title was already a challenge Puntos suspensivos - Dot Dot Dot. In , in the turmoil of political agitation and imminent repression, he left Buenos Aires for Paris. There he embarked into filmmaking that falls roughly into two categories - fiction films and "essays", mixing documentary material with a personal, even private reflexion on the issues raised by the material.

During the rest of the seventies and the eighties his literary career was mostly dormant. In the same year, after the end of the military regime in Argentina, he visited briefly to Buenos Aires. From that date on he started visiting his native country more and more often, occasionally shooting there material for his European "essays". In , he spent a month in a Paris hospital for a backbone infection, a period during which a cancer was diagnosed.

In his own words, he felt the ringing of a bell telling to stop wasting his time - "I always wanted to be a writer, and had not dared publish, even finish what I started From that date on, his film work became sparse and he started publishing "all the books I had not put on paper", fiction mostly but also essays and chronicles.

He became immediately established as a writer to reckon with in the Spanish language, and was translated into English, French, German and several o

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After an adolescence mostly spent in neighbourhood cinemas showing double bills of old Hollywood films and reading an inordinate amount of fiction in Spanish, English and French favourite authors - Stevenson, Conrad, some Henry James , he studied literature at Buenos Aires university, wrote for local and Spanish cinephile magazines and published an early essay on James which developed out of graduation work - El laberinto de la apariencia The Labyrinth of Appearance, , a book he later suppressed. He was barely twenty when he became acquainted with Borges, Bioy Casares and Silvina Ocampo, all writers of prestige whom he saw frequently during his years in Buenos Aires. In he won a literary prize with an essay on gossip as narrative device in James and Proust. In he published Borges y el cine, a book enlarged in every reprint Spain, and , and translations which he also does not want reprinted now.

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Life[ edit ] Cozarinsky was born to an Argentine family of Ukrainian-Jewish descent. After an adolescence spent in neighbourhood cinemas showing double bills of old Hollywood films and reading an inordinate amount of fiction in Spanish, English and French favourite authors — Robert Louis Stevenson , Joseph Conrad , Henry James , he studied literature at Buenos Aires University , wrote for local and Spanish cinephile magazines, and published an early essay on James, which he developed from his university thesis — El laberinto de la apariencia The Labyrinth of Appearance, , a book which he later suppressed. In he won a literary prize for his essay on gossip as narrative device in the writings of James and Proust. In he published Borges y el cine, a book that he expanded in every reprint Spain, and , and translations. He has since that time also declined to have this book reprinted.

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