Carlos Fuentes, one of Latin America's best-known authors and a sharp critic of governments in Mexico and the United States, died on Tuesday after a literary career spanning more than five decades. He was 83. Fuentes wrote more than 20 novels and several collections of short stories. His most famous novels include "The Death of Artemio Cruz," "The Old Gringo" and "The Crystal Frontier.
Mexican novelist and essayist Carlos Fuentes, one of the leading writers of the Spanish-speaking world during the past 50 years, has died at... Read Post
What’s happened? Carlos Fuentes died on Tuesday night. Who was he? He was a revered Mexican novelist, a crucial part of the literary movement in Latin America that came to be known as ‘El Boom’. What was ‘El Boom’? It was an artisti... Read Post