Delia Fiallo, known as 'the mother of the Latin American soap opera,'muore a 96

La scrittrice cubana Delia Fiallo è morta presto martedì early, una fonte vicina allo scrittore ha detto alla CNN.

The Televisa network reported the death earlier in the day, saying it had spoken with Fiallo’s daughter. The legendary writer was 96. The cause of her death was not immediately available.
Considered themother of the Latin American soap opera,” Delia Fiallo wrote more than 40 radio and television works.
    Among her original works and later adapted by herself or by others areCristal,” “Esmeralda,” “La Zulianita,” e “María del Mar.
      The productions based on her works were seen in millions of homes around the world.
          A telenovela is basically about sentiment,” lei disse Varietà nel 1996. “If you don’t make the public cry, you won’t achieve anything.
          Her novels were adapted throughout two continents, from the US to Argentina, passing through countries such as Mexico and Colombia.

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