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Vargas Llosa

[ vahr-guhs yoh-suh; Spanish vahr-gahs yaw-sah ]
/ ˈvɑr gəs ˈyoʊ sə; Spanish ˈvɑr gɑs ˈyɔ sɑ /
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Ma·ri·o [mahr-ee-oh, mar‐; Spanish mah-ryaw], /ˈmɑr iˌoʊ, ˈmær‐; Spanish ˈmɑ ryɔ/, born 1936, Peruvian essayist and novelist.

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Vargas Llosa
/ (Spanish ˈbarɣas ˈʎosa) /

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(Jorge) Mario (Pedro) born 1936, Peruvian novelist, writer, and political figure. His novels include The City and the Dogs (1963), Conversation in the Cathedral (1969), The Storyteller (1990), and The Notebok of Don Rigoberto (1998). In 1990 he stood unsuccessfully for the presidency of Peru. He won the Nobel Prize in literature 2010
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