- Author:Alfonso Gonzalez
- Publisher:York Pr (December 1, 1987)
- Pages:32 pages
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by Alfonso Gonzalez (Author). Series: Authoritative studies in world literature.
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Works by Carlos Fuentes. Where the Air Is Clear World Heritage Encyclopedia is a registered trademark of the World Public Library Association, a non-profit organization. Where the Air Is Clear. 1972 Mazatlán Literature Prize for Tiempo mexicano (Fuentes refused the award in protest against the policies of the government of the state of Sinaloa against the student movement at the State University of Sinaloa). 1976 Xavier Villaurrutia Award for Terra Nostra. 1977 Rómulo Gallegos Prize for Terra Nostra. World Heritage Encyclopedia is a registered trademark of the World Public Library Association, a non-profit organization.
Carlos Fuentes is widely regarded as Mexico's foremost contemporary novelist Fuentes writes: Our political life is fragmented, our history shot through.
Carlos Fuentes is widely regarded as Mexico's foremost contemporary novelist. His overriding literary concern is to establish a viable Mexican identity, both as an autonomous entity and in relation to the outside world. In his work, Fuentes often intertwines myth, legend, and history to examine his country's roots and discover the essence of modern Mexican society. Fuentes writes: Our political life is fragmented, our history shot through with failure, but our cultural tradition is rich, and I think the time is coming when we will have to look at our faces, our own past. This tradition incorporates elements of Aztec culture, the Christian faith imparted by the Spanish.
Home Browse Literature Nonfiction Carlos Fuentes . He was head of the department of cultural relations in Mexico's ministry of foreign affairs (1956–59) and Mexican ambassador to France (1975–77). See biographies by W. Faris (1983) and A. González (1987); studies by R. Brody and C. Rossman, ed. (1982), K. Ibsen (1993), R. L. Williams (1996), C. Helmuth (1997), and M. Van Delden (1998). Carlos Fuentes: Selected full-text books and articles.
Carlos Fuentes, Mexican novelist, short-story writer, playwright, critic, and diplomat whose experimental novels won him an international literary reputation
Carlos Fuentes, Mexican novelist, short-story writer, playwright, critic, and diplomat whose experimental novels won him an international literary reputation. Thank you for your feedback.
Carlos Fuentes was born in Panama City, but his parents were Mexican . He was a career diplomat and travelled all over the world Fuentes also worked as secretary, then assistant director of the Cultural.
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. Fuentes also worked as secretary, then assistant director of the Cultural Department at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Literary criticism (or literary studies) is the study, evaluation, and interpretation of literature. Modern literary criticism is often influenced by literary theory, which is the philosophical discussion of literature's goals and methods. Though the two activities are closely related, literary critics are not always, and have not always been, theorists.