Mario Vargas Llosa Wins Nobel Prize in Literature

Writer Mario Vargas Llosa, a renowned voice in Latin American literature, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature “for his cartography of the structures of power and his scathing images on resistance, uprisings, and individual defeat.” The author of such works as “La ciudad y los perros,” “Conversacion en La Catedral” or “La Fiesta del Chivo,” has stated he feels “very moved and excited” about the award. Pilar Reyes, Alfaguara’s director, said that “today, the Spanish language is having a party.” Read More »