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"Papelucho" is a series of twelve books written by Ester Huneeus, a Chilean author, under the pseudonym Marcela Paz, it presents itself as the diary of a middle class, 8-year old Chilean boy in Santiago. This makes it different from many other children's books, which are set in unreal surroundings. The first book was published in 1947 and the last appeared in 1974: "Am I Dix-lazy?".

  • Papelucho (1947).
  • Papelucho Casi Huérfano (1951) (Papelucho the almost orphan).
  • Papelucho Historiador (1955) (Papelucho historian).
  • Papelucho Detective (1957) (Papelucho detective).
  • Papelucho en la Clínica (1958) (Papelucho at the hospital).
  • Papelucho Perdido (1960) (Papelucho lost).
  • Mi Hermana Ji, por Papelucho (1964) (My sister Ji, by Papelucho).
  • Papelucho Misionero (1966) (Papelucho missionary).
  • Papelucho y el Marciano (1968) (Papelucho and the Martian).
  • Mi Hermano Hippie (My hippie brother, by Papelucho).
  • Papelucho en Vacaciones (1971) (Papelucho on Vacation).
  • Papelucho ¿Soy Dix Leso? (1974) (Papelucho Am I dyslexic?, translated as Papelucho Am I dys-lazy?).
Tropes used in Papelucho include:
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