Novelist Mario Vargas Llosa interview (1995 Encore)

Writers and Company

Eleanor Wachtel speaks with Peruvian novelist, playwright, and essayist Mario Vargas Llosa. The man who ran for president of Peru is also the country's most famous living writer. Eleanor went to see Mario Vargas Llosa in 1995 - just after he'd won the highest literary award in the Spanish-speaking world, the Cervantes Prize. Now, he's just won the Nobel Prize for literature.

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