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The Feast of the Goat

The Feast of the Goat by Mario Vargas Llosa

Paperback Edition, 475 pages

Published 2003 by Faber & Faber

This is the fourth book of 2018 i have picked up after reading articles posted on the Guardian website. 409 more words

Book Reviews

Why Did Mario Punch Gabriel? (TBT)

Throwback Thursday: Originally published on 12 November 2015

My daughter came down to dinner the other day and by way of initiating conversation (it was the first time I saw her that day), asked me, “Did you know that Mario Vargas Llosa punched Gabriel García Márquez?”

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Isabel Allende, La casa degli spiriti e Mario Vargas Llosa, La casa verde

  • La casa degli spiriti

Traduzione di Angelo Morino e Sonia Piloto di Castri

Barrabás arrivò in famiglia per via mare, annotò la piccola Clara con la sua delicata calligrafia. 601 more words


Mario Vargas Llosa’s New Novel Has His Trademark Cliffhangers

IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD, Mario Vargas Llosa delves deep into a period about which he has told us before—in his 1993 memoirs titled A Fish in the Water… 1,320 more words



AUNT JULIA AND THE SCRIPTWRITER is a semi-autobiographical Bildungsroman and the seventh novel by the great Peruvian author Mario Vargas Llosa – another Nobel laureate for our list. 297 more words


A Celebration of Literature

PBS is currently running a series that seeks to identify Americans’ most beloved novels. I haven’t watched it, but as the son of a Duluth librarian who is coordinating several panels on the series with local literature professors, I’ve been lured into attending a couple of events. 1,679 more words

Review: Who Killed Palomino Molero?

Short but exciting story by Peruvian novelist Mario Vargas Llosa. Published in 1986, this novel or story to be more accurate is exciting, immersive, and gripping. 267 more words