Essay about A Brief Biography of Carlos Fuentes

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Carlos Fuentes Who was Carlos Fuentes? Carlos Fuentes was one of the most recognized Mexican writers. Fuentes most distinguished by his talent of writing about countries, for his strength, passion of writing, and for the great person he was. Fuentes left a legend in the Mexican and Latin children. His father Rafael Fuentes Boettiger and mother Bertha Macias Rivas. Fuentes father was a Mexican diplomat and Representative of Mexico. His father became the Mexican Embassy in Washington, D. C. Between the inauguration of Citizen Roosevelt in 1930s (Carlos Fuentes 4). During Fuentes childhood he had travel all over the job his father had including “Santiago de Chile, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Brazil; Montevideo, Uruguay; and Quito, …show more content…
Carlos Fuentes Who was Carlos Fuentes? Carlos Fuentes was one of the most recognized Mexican writers. Fuentes most distinguished by his talent of writing about countries, for his strength, passion of writing, and for the great person he was. Fuentes left a legend in the Mexican and Latin children. His father Rafael Fuentes Boettiger and mother Bertha Macias Rivas. Fuentes father was a Mexican diplomat and Representative of Mexico. His father became the Mexican Embassy in Washington, D. C. Between the inauguration of Citizen Roosevelt in 1930s (Carlos Fuentes 4). During Fuentes childhood he had travel all over the job his father had including “Santiago de Chile, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Brazil; Montevideo, Uruguay; and Quito, Ecuador (Daniel de Guzman 61). Fuentes spent the majority of his life travelling from a place to another. Throughout his stay in Washington D.C. when Fuentes was four years old his parents sent him to a school where he learned English and became fluent in the language. Fuentes also attended to schools in Mexico as a child. Every summer he would travel to Mexico and attended to Spanish speaking schools, and after the summer vacations returned home. When he was sixteen years old he decided to leave Washington and start his life in Mexico. Since he was a kid he already loved poetry, and wanted a carrier in writing, but his parents wanted him to study Law. Fuentes parents influenced him to get into the legal profession just like his parents did.
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