Francisco UrondoFrancisco "Paco" Urondo (January 10, 1930 in Santa Fe – June 17, 1976 in Mendoza) was an Argentine writer and member of the Montoneros guerrilla organization.
Urondo published multiple collections of poetry, short stories, theatrical works, and a novel, as well as ''La patria fusilada'', his famous interview with the survivors of the massacre at Trelew, and his critical essay ''Veinte años de poesía argentina''. He also collaborated in the writing of movie scripts such as ''Pajarito Gómez'' (which includes a cameo appearance) and ''Noche terrible'', and adapted for television Flaubert's ''Madame Bovary'', Stendhal's ''Le Rouge et le Noir,'' and Eça de Queiroz's ''Os Maias''.
In 1968 he was named General Culture Director for the Santa Fe Province, and in 1973 Director of the Literature Department of the Faculty of Philosophy and Literature of the University of Buenos Aires. As a journalist, he collaborated in several national and international media, among them ''Primera Plana'', ''Panorama'', ''Crisis'', ''La Opiníon'' and ''Noticias''. On June 17, 1976, he was assassinated by Argentine Security Forces in an ambush. Provided by Wikipedia