What Latin American Literature Can Teach the Current Leaders of Latin America

Daniel Noboa, the president of Ecuador, might have saved himself a lot of trouble, if he had only read more Latin American literature. Perhaps he would not have ordered the police to storm the Mexican embassy to arrest former Vice President Jorge Glas, who had been granted asylum there. That unprecedented action—breaching long standing treaties […] Continue reading at 'Literrary Hub'

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World Literature Today to Co-host Online “RESISTIR Latin America” Poetry Event

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