[fwen-teys; Spanish fwen-tes]
- Carlos,1928–2012, Mexican writer and diplomat.
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Fuentes liked to point out that to scratch the surface of Mexico City was to reveal the presence of the past.
Fuentes wrote beautifully about Mexico City, with love and anger.
Fuentes interpreted the narrative as an illustration of the difference between loving the world and shutting the world out.
In my old notebooks, I am struck by Fuentes's consistency of vision.
“Fuentes was the door that opened Mexico to the world,” my dad said.My Father Sergio Muñoz Bata’s Friendship With Novelist Carlos Fuentes
May 16, 2012
I suppose the Senores Gamacho and Fuentes knew what they were doing.Nostromo: A Tale of the Seaboard
I am a British officer, who was taken prisoner at the battle of Fuentes d'Onoro.Under Wellington's Command
G. A. Henty
Vasquez, Fuentes and Juarros quote them frequently, and with respect.The Annals of the Cakchiquels
Daniel G. Brinton
Mr. Stephens, however, condenses Fuentes's account, which is truly wonderful.The Prehistoric World
E. A. Allen
Fuentes at last ordered his officers to signal their surrender.Won by the Sword
- Carlos . 1928–2012, Mexican novelist and writer. His novels include A Change of Skin (1967), Terra Nostra (1975), and Cristóbal Nonato (1987)
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