- New York TimesAug 17 09:11 AM
A Nobel laureate weighs in on the diffusion of culture and the loss of common referents.
- The GuardianAug 25 07:13 AM
Paper says use of Mail Online article was ‘at odds’ with its ‘journalistic standards’ Mario Vargas Llosa, the Nobel prize-winning author, has slammed the New York Times for publishing what he called “slanderous and perfidious” gossip that, it transpired, was culled from the Daily Mail’s website. In a letter to the editor , Vargas Llosa complained that the Times’s review of his latest book stated...
- International Business TimesAug 25 03:07 PM
Nobel Prize laureate Mario Vargas Llosa shamed the New York Times Book Review on Sunday with a letter to the editor responding to a review published Aug. 16 about his latest work. He did not hold back, writing that the Times had printed information “that is both slanderous and perfidious.”
- The GuardianAug 24 07:58 AM
Nobel laureate slams ‘slanderous’ New York Times Book Review article that repeated information from the Daily Mail Nobel laureate Mario Vargas Llosa has been forced to deny that he sold a story to Hola! magazine in Spain, and that he announced a new relationship on Twitter, following a review in the New York Times Book Review on Sunday which he said “contains information … that is both ...
- Arts JournalAug 25 12:54 AM
At the end of his review of Notes on the Death of Culture , Joshua Cohen wrote that the Nobel laureate had announced his new romantic relationship on Twitter and sold an exclusive about it to a Spanish gossip magazine. Vargas Llosa has never had a Twitter account.
- New York TimesAug 23 12:39 PM
The author takes issue with a detail in a review of his book “Notes on the Death of Culture.”
- Arts JournalAug 19 08:10 AM
“We must be grateful to him for describing in a relatively orderly manner the chaos of hypocrisy and emptiness into which our globalised culture has plunged and to which we seem to have little option but to subscribe.”
- The Rock Hill HeraldAug 25 09:23 PM
A second-grade education has not stopped garbage collector Jose Gutierrez from bringing the gift of reading to thousands of Colombian children. … Click to Continue »
- New York TimesAug 21 01:27 PM
The subject of civilizational decline is a perennial favorite for many authors.
- BBC NIAug 31 02:45 AM
A famous actor, a prominent human rights lawyer and a priest who supported the families and friends of the Irish students killed in the Berkeley balcony tragedy have been honoured by the Irish state.
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