Argentine writer Ernesto Sabato died at 99

16:11, May 01, 2011      

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People offer flowers to the Argentine writer Ernesto Sabato on the fence of his residence in Santos Lugares, province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 30, 2011. Ernesto Sabato, a prize-winning Argentine writer died Saturday at his home. He was 99. In 1984, Sabato was awarded the Cervantes Prize for Literature, the most prestigious in the Spanish-speaking world. (Xinhua/Telenoticiosa Americana)

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