Making Waves: Essays 1962-93 (e-bok)
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2013-04-04
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Faber & Faber
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Making Waves: Essays 1962-93 (e-bok)

Making Waves: Essays 1962-93 (e-bok)

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Mario Vargas Llosa has been making waves in cultural and political spheres for over thirty years. Making Waves presents for the first time in English a collection of his essays, a journey through time, through books, and through different geographical locations, plotting the intellectual biography of one of the world's finest writers. We follow Vargas Llosa from Peru to France, where he writes on Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir and Camus, visits the dog cemetery which contains the tomb of Rin Tin Tin, and describes the life of the aspirant writer in the Paris of the 1960s. In Britain, he examines the writings of Doris Lessing and Salman Rushdie, the house in Dean Street where Karl Marx lived, and - in a hilarious and celebrated memoir - considers the transformation of his son, Gonzalo, into a rastafarian.
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