Carlos Fuentes

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Mexican novelist (born in 1928)


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Highlights so far: "This year, the president of Colombia, the former president of Nicaragua and (author) Carlos Fuentes had a really fascinating discussion and Carlos managed to get the president of Colombia, for the first time in public, to say that the legalisation of drugs was something he was prepared to try.
4:56" is a collection of poetry from Carlos Fuentes Lemus, son of famed Panamanian writer Carlos Fuentes.
The universities have, without permission, digitized and loaded onto HathiTrust's online servers thousands of editions, in various translations, of works by Simone de Beauvoir, Italo Calvino, Bernard Clavel, Umberto Eco, Carlos Fuentes, Gunter Grass, Peter Handke, Michel Houellebecq, Clarice Lispector, Mario Vargas Llosa, Herta Muller, Haruki Murakami, Kenzaburo Oe, Octavio Paz, and Jose Saramago, among countless other authors.
The panel also features prominent Latin American writers Carlos Fuentes and Mario Vargas Llosa, the EU's former foreign policy chief Javier Solana, and George Schultz, a former US secretary of state.
a l'image de l'oeuvre de Sergei Eisenstein--le realisateur de films sovietique dont Carlos Fuentes fait mention ci-dessous--cette conference nous offre un montage des experiences de vie de Fuentes.
They also explore conceptions of modernity in the work of Mexican intellectual Octavio Paz and the politics of Mexican author Carlos Fuentes and the role of aesthetics in shaping his political views.
Weiss's presentation of his native Latin American culture draws heavily on twentieth century novelists Carlos Fuentes and Eloy Martinez.
Four Major Latin American Writers--Pablo Neruda, Mario Vargas Llosa, Carlos Fuentes and Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
We want to be writers but they turn us into prophets," said Mexican author Carlos Fuentes, one of the Spanish-speaking world's best-known living novelists, whose latest book explores Mexico's growing violence.
El cuento Apolo y las putas--con su título algo escabroso--forma parte del volumen de cinco cuentos de Carlos Fuentes que se titula El naranjo, publicado en 1993 (1).
The Harbor View, The Coach House restaurant and The Carlos Fuentes Club House will close October 21, 2007, and all hotel, restaurant and catering operations will shift to the Kelley House and The Newes from America pub until the improvements are completed.
Mexicans embrace Kahlo as a reflection of themselves just as she once embraced Mexico, as indicated by the impressive gathering of critics who wrote the labels and catalogue entries, including Carlos Fuentes and Eduardo Matos Moctezuma.
Three factors are causing the numbers of dead along the frontier to rise, a border the Mexican writer Carlos Fuentes has called "a scar.
He also very briefly mentions Mexican writers Carlos Fuentes and Carlos Monsivais and their works on the Mexico Northern border in an attempt--it seems to me--to integrate them into the broad idea of a Greater Mexico.
This I Believe: An A to Z of a Life by Carlos Fuentes, translated by Kristina Cordero, Random House, 2005, $26.