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Old 07-13-2007, 11:37 AM   #12
Dr. Drib
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THANK YOU, Andanzas. I'll find out more about that today at Borders

I appreciate that so much!

Right now, I'm also working on Vargas Llosa's novel, "La Casa Verde," ["The Green House"].

Actually, I'm a HUGE fan of Latin American writing. What initially turned me onto this form of writing was Asturias's novel, "Mulatta." Asturias won the Nobel Prize in Literature back in 1967.

Again, thanks so much for mentioning this, since I'm not familiar with this particular title.

Don


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Dr. Drib, this is the most wonderful novel I've ever read from a Peruvian writer: A World for Julius. In my opinion, it deserves a place among the best novels of the second half of the 20th century. I enjoyed it that much.

Sorry, but I couldn't find a digital edition.
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