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Vlad Piensas Que Todo Est Bien Eres Feliz Entonces Tu Jefe Te Encarga Un Trabajo Extraoficial, Nada Muy Complicado, Se Trata Solamente De Conseguir Una Casa Para Un Exc Ntrico Conde Rumano Una Casa Cerca De Una Barranca Y Cuando Crees Que Has Terminado Con Tu Labor, Te Das Cuenta De Que Tu Pesadilla En Esa Casa, De Ventanas Tapiadas Y Sin Espejos, Apenas Comienza La Sangre Es Tan Roja Hoy Como Hace Cinco Siglos Tan Dulce En La Ciudad De M Xico Como En La Lejana Rumania


About the Author: Carlos Fuentes

Carlos Fuentes Mac as was a Mexican writer and one of the best known novelists and essayists of the 20th century in the Spanish speaking world Fuentes influenced contemporary Latin American literature, and his works have been widely translated into English and other languages.Fuentes was born in Panama City, Panama his parents were Mexican Due to his father being a diplomat, during his childhoo Carlos Fuentes Mac as was a Mexican writer and one of the best known novelists and essayists of the 20th century in the Spanish speaking world Fuentes influenced contemporary Latin American literature, and his works have been widely translated into English and other languages.Fuentes was born in Panama City, Panama his parents were Mexican Due to his father being a diplomat, during his childhood he lived in Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro, Washington, Santiago and Buenos Aires In his adolescence, he returned to Mexico, where he lived until 1965 He was married to film star Rita Macedo from 1959 till 1973, although he was an habitual philanderer and allegedly, his affairs which he claimed include film actresses such as Jeanne Moreau and Jean Seberg brought her to despair The couple ended their relationship amid scandal when Fuentes eloped with a very pregnant and then unknown journalist named Silvia Lemus They were eventually married Following in the footsteps of his parents, he also became a diplomat in 1965 and served in London, Paris as ambassador , and other capitals In 1978 he resigned as ambassador to France in protest over the appointment of Gustavo Diaz Ordaz, former president of Mexico, as ambassador to Spain He also taught courses at Brown, Princeton, Harvard, Penn, George Mason, Columbia and Cambridge Carlos Fuentes Mac as fue un escritor mexicano y uno de los novelistas y ensayistas m s conocidos en el mundo de habla espa ola Fuentes influy en la literatura contempor nea de Am rica Latina, y sus obras han sido ampliamente traducidas al ingl s y otros idiomas Fuentes naci en la ciudad de Panam , Panam , sus padres eran mexicanos Debido a su padre era un diplom tico, durante su infancia vivi en Montevideo, R o de Janeiro, Washington, Santiago y Buenos Aires En su adolescencia regres a M xico, donde vivi hasta 1965 Estuvo casado con la estrella de cine Rita Macedo de 1959 hasta 1973, aunque era un mujeriego habitual y, al parecer, sus asuntos que se ha cobrado incluyen actrices como Jeanne Moreau y Jean Seberg, su llevados a la desesperaci n La pareja termin su relaci n en medio del esc ndalo, cuando Fuentes se fug con un periodista muy embarazada y entonces desconocido de nombre Silvia Lemus Se casaron finalmente Siguiendo los pasos de sus padres, tambi n se convirti en un diplom tico en 1965 y sirvi en Londres, Par s como embajador , y otras capitales En 1978 renunci al cargo de embajador en Francia en protesta por el nombramiento de Gustavo D az Ordaz, ex presidente de M xico, como embajador en Espa a



10 thoughts on “Vlad

  1. says:

    To think of it, it s THE perfect novel to read on a rainy, rainy afternoon while sipping ultrahot but strong cappuccino at a posh Sanborn s in Mexico DF


  2. says:

    Rating 3.75 of fiveThe Publisher Says Where, Carlos Fuentes asks, is a modern day vampire to roost Why not Mexico City, populated by ten million blood sausages that is, people , and a police force who won t mind a few disappearances Vlad is Vlad the Impaler, of course, whose mythic cruelty was an inspiration for Bram Stoker s Dracula In this sly sequel, Vlad really is undead dispossessed after centuries of mayhem by Eastern European wars and rampant blood shortages More than a p


  3. says:

    Ashamed to say that this is my first time reading a novel by Mexico s most celebrated author I ve read some of his essays Vlad is imbued with humor and horror, a commentary on contemporary life I was taken with the sensuality of Fuentes writing and can imagine it...


  4. says:

    A woman s hand in black gloves offered me the platter of organ meat I felt revulsion, but my manners required that I take a bit of liver from here and a bit of tripe from there.Yves Navarro finds himself a slave to class and upbringing throughout his encounter with the supernatural, this occurs to his detriment Likewise the reader owes a debt to Fuentes and gives him a few passes I know this reader did There is a core of a good novel here Details about the health and attentions of Fuent A wom


  5. says:

    A short vampiric tale, perhaps Fuentes s response to the Twilight phenomenon Vlad the Impaler is back and seeks fresh blood from a stoic lawyer s wife and daughter Tongue in cheeky, and faintly horrific.


  6. says:

    Muy buen libro, una historia muy interesante que refleja la sociedad mexicana, con un personaje muy extra o y admirable que representa a la perfecci n el perfil de un vampiro Descripciones gr ficas y car...


  7. says:

    Dracula will never be the same for me I ve been reading Fuentes since the late 80s, and I m so sorry that there won t be anyto look forward to But on the other hand, what an incredible body of work This ...


  8. says:

    Fuentes reinvents the Bram Stoker classic in Mexico City, when the count makes the journey from the old country to the new world with a specific goal in mind.Before he joined the undead, through a ten year old girl vampire, he was the fourteen century Romanian ruler, Vlad the Impaler, also known as Dracula If you don t know Vlad his unspeakable crimes are listed here And they are not what terrifies you in this well written short novel filled with graphic imagery.It is the earnest attorney, Yve Fuentes reinvents the Bram


  9. says:

    I think this may be one of my favorite re imagined versions of Dracula since the original The book is incredibly short, only about 100 pages as opposed to the Stoker version which is somewhere upwards of 500 But in that incredibly short space of time, Fuentes manages to create a storychilling than the original It s a must read for the Halloween season.The story takes place in present day Mexico city, and though a lot of the story is cut out, the elements that remain are absolutely terri I think this may be one of my favorite r


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