"It must be nice. Your cup of coffee or glass of rum must taste better, the smoke of your cigar, a swim in the ocean on a hot day, the movie you see on Saturday, the merengue on the radio, everything must leave a more pleasurable sensation in your body and spirit when you had what Trujillo had taken away from Dominicans 31 years ago: free will."
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
BiblioFiles: Mario Vargas Llosa's "The Dream of the Celt"
It's the Peruvian author's first novel to appear in the US since he won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2010. Here's more about it. I previously posted about (and praised) the freedom-loving Mario Vargas Llosa here. Here's his website. In fact, I'm going to pluck the Quote of the Day from an archived interview with him (the lines are from his 2000 novel "The Feast of the Goat"):