Carlos Fuentes

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Noun1.Carlos Fuentes - Mexican novelist (born in 1928)
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Beachwood, Ohio-based outsourcing and consulting services and operations software provider Vantage Agora has named Carlos Fuentes to the new post of senior vice president for corporate and government affairs.
This artistic selection will include 'Los Cachorros' by Mario Vargas Llosa, 'El Gallo de Oro' by Juan Rulfo, 'La Doncella de Piedra' Romulo Gallegos, 'Patsy mi amor' by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, 'Barroco' Alejo Carpentier, 'Muneca Reina' by Carlos Fuentes and 'Tirano Banderas' by Ramon del Valle-Inclan.
Also included are drafts of Garcia Marquez's acceptance speech for his 1982 Nobel Prize in Literature and 2,000 pieces of correspondence, such as letters to novelists Carlos Fuentes and Graham Greene.
The tome is divided into four distinct sections: a compilation of snippets and short pieces by Villoro's contemporaries, including Bolano, Javier Marias, Ignacio Padillo, Antonio Skarmeta, Carlos Fuentes, and Martin Kohan; commentary from cultural critics such as Mihaly Des, Federico Patan, and Chris Andrews; a critical section with incisive essays by the likes of Ignacio Sanchez Prado, Brian Price, Ryan Long, Tamara Williams, Sarah Pollack, and Irma Cantu; and a final section with texts by Villoro himself, as the juggler retakes the word to close out Ruisanchez and Zavala's perfectly executed somersault.
This is because this part of the city is governed by the laws of Mexico, where people cannot enjoy political rights due to the lack of rule of law and democracy, as portrayed by Mexican novelist Carlos Fuentes in one of his novels.
In total, the Kindle Store offers over two million titles, hundreds of thousands of which are exclusive, and over 70,000 in Spanish, including titles from authors such as Carlos Fuentes, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Mario Vargas Llosa, Isabel Allende and Paulo Coelho, among other Mexican and internationally known authors.
A Hundred Years Of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Conversations in the Cathedral by Mario Vargas Llosa, The Death of Artemio Cruz by Carlos Fuentes, This Is How You Lose Her by Junot Diaz, and Blindness by Jose Saramago all provoked excellent discussions.
Cornejo's inspired idea is to write an apocryphal and blatantly partial biography by defictionalizing "Marcelo Chiriboga," purportedly an overlooked Ecuadorian Boom writer who kept appearing, Zelig-like, in novels and nonfiction by the real Boom writers Jose Donoso and Carlos Fuentes.
Following the first chapter's discussion of Angel Rama's 1964 essay, "Diez problemas para el novelista latinoamericano," the next three chapters focus on, respectively, Humberto Salvador and Pablo Palacios, Julio Cortazar and Mario Vargas Llosa, and Carlos Fuentes.
Carlos Fuentes, spokesman for the association of coffee producers in Panama's Chiriqui province, which borders Costa Rica, said coffee yields per acre have fallen 45 percent.
The most recent Eva Holtby Lecture in 2011, inspired by the ROM's Maya exhibition, was one of the last public appearances by Carlos Fuentes, the brilliant Mexican novelist, critic, and diplomat.