Articles by Mario Vargas Llosa
A young woman haunts me, 500 years after her death
Does literature serve any higher purpose beyond entertainment? Mario Vargas Llosa argues that, unlike television or cinema, it has a special ability and responsibility to address itself to the...
Imagine a week in Berlin entangled in your son's dreadlocks and trying to satisfy Liv Ullmann. An autobiographical story by Nobel Laureate, Mario Vargas Llosa, translated by John King