Carlos Fuentes dies aged 83
Mexico's most celebrated novelist has died in hospital in Mexico City, he was reportedly suffering from heart problems
Carlos Fuentes, Mexico's most celebrated novelist and a leading figure in Latin America's 20th century literary boom of the 1960s and 70s, has died in hospital in Mexico City. He was 83 and reportedly suffering from heart problems.
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