• Vargas Llosa In search of Galdós

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The Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa, Nobel Prize for Literature in 2011, was admitted last Wednesday afternoon to a clinic in Madrid, where he is being treated for "

complications related to covid

", as his daughter Morgana has written on social networks.

According to the same source, the life of Vargas Llosa, 86, is out of danger and his evolution is positive.

According to the same source, the author's three children, Álvaro, Gonzalo and Morgana herself, accompany him in his cobalescence.

Semana

magazine

adds that her partner, Isabel Preysler, and her daughter, Tamara Falcó, accompanied him at the entrance and are also by her side.

This same month, Vargas Llosa presented

his latest book and his eighth literary essay in Madrid,

The Still Gaze (Alfaguara).

The text is the result of an investigation that began in the months of confinement and that analyzes the literature of Benito Pérez Galdós.

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