Mario Vargas Llosa at the Book Fair
April 21, 2011
Mario Vargas Llosa, Nobel Prize for Literature, gave a short speech in front of a crowd, in the second opening of the Book Fair, thanking the President that avoid the claim intended to censor him, and said “I hope to spread to all my supporters and guide their own conduct as governor”.
The first was held yesterday, but today, the Nobel Literature Prize will gave a lecture on literature, but without talking about the current politics of the country.
The 37th edition of the show will be open until May 9, and this year is highlighted by the motto: An Open-Book City”.
Organizers invited writers of Hispanic literature and the Spanish Antonio Muñoz Molina, Rosa Montero and Juan Jose Millas, in addition to Chile’s Jorge Edwards, Francois Zambian Dubey and Wilbur Smith, author of an African saga that broke sales records.