The Political Lives of Mario Vargas Llosa

 Patrick Iber How Peru’s greatest novelist went from socialist to neoliberal ideologue. The post The Political Lives of Mario Vargas Llosa appeared first on The (...)

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 Patrick Iber How Peru’s greatest novelist went from socialist to neoliberal ideologue. The post The Political Lives of Mario Vargas Llosa appeared first on The (...)

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