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Birth Name: Mario Vargas Llosa

Age: 81, born 28 March 1936

Country of origin: Peru

Relationship Status: Married

Partner: Patricia Llosa


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Anti-communists who were once Marxists (9 person items)

"Like many other Latin American intellectuals, Vargas Llosa was initially a supporter of the Cuban revolutionary government of Fidel Castro. He studied Marxism in depth as a university student and was later persuaded by communist ideals after the success of the Cuban Revolution. Gradually, Vargas Llosa came to believe that Cuban socialism was incompatible with what he considered to be general liberties and freedoms. The official rupture between the writer and the policies of the Cuban government "


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