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  1. Aura by Carlos Fuentes, Carlos Fuentes, 1998-06-01
  2. Todas las familias felices/ Happy Families (Narrativa (Punto de Lectura)) (Spanish Edition) by Carlos Fuentes, 2007-09-01
  3. The Death of Artemio Cruz: A Novel (FSG Classics) by Carlos Fuentes, 2009-02-03
  4. En esto creo (Spanish Edition) by Carlos Fuentes, 2008-05-01
  5. Terra Nostra (Latin American Literature Series) by Carlos Fuentes, 2003-11
  6. This I Believe: An A to Z of a Life by Carlos Fuentes, 2006-05-16
  7. Constancia: And Other Stories for Virgins by Carlos Fuentes, 1991-05
  8. La region mas transparente (Edicion conmemorativa del 50 aniversario) Real Academia Espanola (Spanish Edition) by Carlos Fuentes, 2008-11-30
  9. La region mas transparente (Edicion del 50 Aniversario) (Spanish Edition)/ Where the Air is Clear by Carlos Fuentes, 2008-01-30
  10. The Years with Laura Diaz by Carlos Fuentes, 2001-09-28
  11. Los 68 : Paris-Praga-Mexico (Referencias) (Spanish Edition) by Carlos Fuentes, 2005-07-05
  12. The Buried Mirror: Reflections on Spain and the New World by Carlos Fuentes, 1999-01-15
  13. La frontera de cristal/ The Crystal Frontier: A Novel in Nine Stories (Spanish Edition) by Carlos Fuentes, 2007-09-01
  14. Agua Quemada / Burned Water (Narrativa (Punto de Lectura)) (Spanish Edition) by Carlos Fuentes, 2008-07-15

1. Carlos Fuentes - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Carlos Fuentes Macías (born November 11, 1928) is a Mexican writer and one of the bestknown living novelists and essayists in the Spanish-speaking world.
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Occupation novelist, writer Nationality Mexican Writing period Debut works Los d­as enmascarados La regi³n m¡s transparente Spouse Rita Macedo (1959-1973), Silvia Lemus (1976) Children Cecilia Fuentes Macedo (1962), Carlos Fuentes Lemus (1973), Natasha Fuentes Lemus (1976) Website Official Website Carlos Fuentes Mac­as (born November 11 ) is a Mexican writer and one of the best-known living novelists and essayists in the Spanish -speaking world. Fuentes has influenced contemporary Latin American literature , and his works have been widely translated into English and other languages.
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Fuentes was born in Panama City ; his parents were Mexican diplomats . In his childhood, he lived in Quito Montevideo Rio de Janeiro Washington ... Santiago and Buenos Aires . In his adolescence, he returned to Mexico, where he lived until . He was married to film star Rita Macedo from 1959 till 1973, although he was an habitual philanderer and allegedly, his affairs which he has claimed include film actresses such as

2. Carlos Fuentes
Carlos Fuentes is one of Latin America s most prominent men of letters. He is an essayist and literary historian of the highest caliber, as well as the
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3. Carlos Fuentes
Carlos Fuentes was born in Panama City, but his parents were Mexican, and he later became a Mexican citizen. Fuentes s father, Rafael Fuentes Boettiger,
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Carlos Fuentes (1928- ) Mexican novelist, journalist, playwright, and essayist, who made his international breakthrough with The Death of Artemio Cruz in 1962. Major themes in Fuentes's work are the limitless power of fantasy, the dilemma of national identity, and the promise and failure of the Mexican revolution. Fuentes has been frequently mentioned as a candidate for the Nobel Prize for literature "I tighten my face muscles, I open my right eye, and I see it reflected in the squares of glass sewn onto a woman's handbag. That's what I am. That's what I am. That old man whose features are fragmented by the uneven squares of glass. I am that eye. I am that eye. I am that eye furrowed by accumulated rage, and old, forgotten, but always renewed rage." (from The Death of Artemio Cruz Carlos Fuentes was born in Panama City, but his parents were Mexican, and he later became a Mexican citizen. Fuentes's father, Rafael Fuentes Boettiger, loved books and movies. He was a career diplomat and travelled all over the world. At the age of twenty-five, he married the eighteen-year-old Berta Macías Rivas, Fuentes's mother, who was not so liberal-minded as his father. As a child Fuentes lived with his family in the United States, Chile, and Argentina. Berta insisted that the family spoke only Spanish at home, but after education in Washington, Fuentes became bilingual from an early age. At home his father made him read Mexican history, which Fuestes saw as a history of crushing defeats compared with the United States. "I learned to imagine Mexico before I ever knew Mexico", Fuentes once said.

4. Carlos Fuentes --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Britannica online encyclopedia article on Carlos Fuentes Mexican novelist, shortstory writer, playwright, critic, and diplomat whose experimental novels
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5. Carlos Fuentes - Wikipedia, La Enciclopedia Libre
Translate this page Carlos Fuentes Macías (Ciudad de Panamá, 11 de noviembre de 1928) es uno de los escritores mexicanos más conocidos de finales del siglo XX, autor de novelas
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    Carlos Fuentes naci³ en Panam¡ ya que su padre era miembro del cuerpo diplom¡tico mexicano en ese pa­s. En los a±os treinta, su padre hab­a sido nombrado embajador de M©xico ante los Estados Unidos de Norteam©rica con sede en Washington D.C. En la Ciudad de Panam¡ el joven Fuentes estudi³ historia y geograf­a de M©xico. Pasar­an varios a±os para que Fuentes conociera esa realidad, mientras tanto vivi³ en Santiago de Chile y Buenos Aires en donde recibi³ la influencia de notables personalidades de la esfera cultural americana, como Pablo Neruda y David Alfaro Siqueiros , entre otros. Llega a M©xico a los 16 a±os, y entra en la Preparatoria. Se inicia como periodista colaborador de la revista "Hoy" y obtiene el primer lugar del concurso literario del Colegio Franc©s Morelos. Posteriormente obtiene el t­tulo de Licenciado en Derecho por la

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9. Carlos Fuentes
Carlos Fuentes and the Dilemmas of a Mexican Modernity, 1998, BY Maarten van Delden. Author of books Los días enmascaradas (1954, short stories)
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Daughter: Natasha Fuentes (d. 22-Aug-2005) Wife: Sylvia Lemus (m. 1973, one son, one daughter) Son: Carlos Rafael Fuentes (d. 1999 hemophilia) Professor: LLB, National Autonomous University (1948) Professor: RFK Professor of Latin American Studies, Harvard University (1987-) Mexican Ambassador to France (1975-77) Communist Party Academy of Achievement Cervantes Prize Revista Mexicana de Literatura Co-Founder (1954) New Perspectives Quarterly Advisory Board John P. McGovern Award Is the subject of books: Carlos Fuentes and the Dilemmas of a Mexican Modernity BY: Maarten van Delden Author of books: , short stories) , novel, "Where the Air is Clear") La muerte de Artemio Cruz , novel, "The Death of Artemio Cruz") Cambio de piel , novel, "A Change of Skin") Zona sagrada La nueva novela hispanoamericana El tuerto es rey Diana o la cazadora solitaria Terra Nostra , novel) The Hydra Head Agua quemada Gringo viejo , novel, "The Old Gringo") The Campaign Ceremonias del alba El naranjo , "The Orange Tree") A New Time For Mexico La frontera de cristal En esto creo

10. Carlos Fuentes Biography And Summary
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Carlos Fuentes (born 1928) was a Mexican short-story writer, novelist, essayist, and political writer whose works are a mixture of social protest, realism, psychological insight, and fantasy. Carlos Fuentes was born on Nov. 11, 1928, in Mexico City. As... summary from source:
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Carlos Fuentes was an internationalist from birth. Though one of Mexico's best-known citizens, he was born on November 11, 1928, in Panama, where his father represented the Mexican government. Mexico played only a minor role in his early childhood, most of which was spent in Washington, DC. He also lived in Chile and Argentina. In 1944, at the age of sixteen, he came to Mexico. He received a law degree at Mexico's National Autonomous University and in 1950 went to Geneva, Switzerland, to serve as secretary to the Mexican delegate to the International Law Commission of the United Nations. While in Geneva, Fuentes wrote his doctoral dissertation while also working as press secretary at the U.N. Information Center. He returned to Mexico in 1951. Before long, Fuentes was following two careers diplomacy and literature. His first major work, published in 1954, was Los días enmascaradas ("The Masked Days"), containing three short stories. In 1956 he teamed up with Manuel Carballo to found a literary publication called Revista Mexicana de Literatura. Between 1956 and 1959, in a role that combined government service and the arts, Fuentes was director of international cultural relations for Mexico's Ministry of Exterior Relations (Foreign Affairs). Fidel Castro came to power in 1959 and Fuentes was an early and enthusiastic supporter of the Cuban Marxist leader. This militant stand brought him into disfavor with the U.S. government and Fuentes was barred for a time from entering the United States. He moved to Paris in the mid-sixties and in 1975 was appointed Mexican ambassador to France. But he resigned in 1977. He had become dissatisfied with his government, then headed by President José López Portillo.

17. Carlos Fuentes Interview -- Academy Of Achievement
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18. Carlos Fuentes Papers
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    The Carlos Fuentes Papers consists of personal and working papers of Fuentes (1928- ), Mexican author, editor, and diplomat: notebooks, manuscripts of novels and novellas, short stories, plays, screenplays, nonfiction writings, speeches and interviews, translations of fiction and nonfiction, correspondence, juvenilia, drawings, documents, photographs, audiocassettes, videocassettes, papers of others, scrapbooks, and printed material. Range of Collection Dates Range of Collection Bulk Dates Size : 97.2 linear ft. (177 archival boxes, 4 half-size archival boxes, 5 flat cases, 5 small boxes) Languages : The primary language of the collection is Spanish; the chief secondary language is English, but there is some material in other languages, mainly French and German, as well.

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  • The Good Conscience
    "It zeroes in relentlessly on the coming-of-age of an adolescent whose every impulse to Christian behavior and social idealism is thwarted by the insensitive materialism of his family."
  • The Death of Artemio Cruz
    "What he seems to be saying in this extraordinary novel is not only that the 1911 revolution has come to a dead end, but also (and more important) that, given man's nature, Marxist solutions are facing the same blank wall."
  • Aura
    "The paucity of detail gives the impression not of conscious selection, but of careless writing, more like a sketch for a novel than a viable short story."
  • A Change of Skin
    "At any rate, politically objectionable or not, Fuentes has written a challenging and interesting, if occasionally silly and pretentious, book."
    "Letter to The Editor"

    Fuentes writes: "I have no quarrel with David Gallagher's literary misconceptions in his review of my novel, 'A Change of Skin,' though it is distressing to find that he consistently fails to grasp the parodical intentions of the book and thereby falls, quite innocently, into the very portentousness he seems to be decrying." "
  • Terra Nostra
    "Deep within, while writing this book, Carlos Fuentes seems to sense that he might be making a mistake."
  • 20. Carlos Fuentes On Chiapas
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    One of Mexico's most prominent novelists and a member of the official Mexican Commission for Human Rights, Carlos Fuentes is author, most recently, of: Return to Mexico: Journeys Behind the Mask. Commandante Marcos, the spokesman of the Chiapas rebels, has said that Fuentes is his favorite writer. The Chiapas revolt has revealed the deep multicultural rifts that had been masked by official glorification of Mexico's pre- Hispanic past. In the United States, there are civil rights laws for dealing with racial conflict in a multicultural society. We have always congratulated ourselves in Mexico on our extraordinary Indian culture which we display in museums and through imposing monuments along our boulevards. We say we are proud of being the descendants of that culture. The Mexican Revolution made an attempt to respect the identity of the Indian communities of Mexico, recognizing and protecting them and their languages in the constitution. In actual practice, however, we have treated the Indians with more cruelty, perhaps, than Cortez.

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