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Two Solidades includes a public conversation that Mario Vargas Llosa Arequipa, 1936) and Gabriel García Márquez (Aracataca, 1927-Mexico, 2014) held in Lima, in September 1967, when the immediate and massive success of One Hundred Years of Solitude was at its peak.

This is a mythical document that, as Juan Gabriel Vasquez explains in his intelligent prologue, ran photocopied for decades between aspiring novelists and students.

Given his brevity, the editor Luis Rodríguez Pastor has been able to accompany him with a series of testimonies, period interviews, photographs and paratexts (with signatures such as José Miguel Oviedo, Abelardo Sánchez León, Abelardo Oquendo and Ricardo González Vigil); they are interesting additives, but not essential.

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'Two Solides'

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