Contributors – The Centre for Independent Studies

Mario Vargas Llosa


Featured Publication

  • Literature and Freedom 01 February 1994 | OP48
    In this CIS Occasional Paper, Mario Vargas Llosa highlights the mutually beneficial relationship between literature and freedom. Where freedom does not exist, censorship and self-censorship stifle creativity- literature tends to become conformist and predictable. Colonial Latin America produced scarcely a…...
    In this CIS Occasional Paper, Mario Vargas Llosa highlights the mutually beneficial relationship between literature and freedom. Where freedom does not exist, censorship and self-censorship stifle creativity- literature tends to become conformist and predictable. Colonial Latin America produced scarcely a…
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Publications

  • Questions of Conquest and Culture 09 September 1993 | OP47
    In the tenth John Bonython Lecture, the Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa reflects on mestizaje, the mingling of the indigenous African Indian population with the European settlers and the Africans who arrived with the Spanish conquistadors. Discussing its significance for 1992, the Quincentenary of European discovery of the Americas, and…...
    In the tenth John Bonython Lecture, the Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa reflects on mestizaje, the mingling of the indigenous African Indian population with the European settlers and the Africans who arrived with the Spanish conquistadors. Discussing its significance for 1992, the Quincentenary of European discovery of the Americas, and…
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