Manuel Puig's novel Kiss of the Spider Woman, his most well-known work, is a novel told in dialogues between a middle-aged homosexual and a younger revolutionary who are detained in the same jail cell. The book's denunciation of sexual and political repression contributed to its success. His major novels were translated into more than a dozen languages, and several of his film scripts won awards.
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