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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Carlos Fuentes
Whatever they may have thought of his politics, anyone lucky enough to have conversed with author Carlos Fuentes couldn't help but be taken by his patrician good looks and his love affair with language.
In a May 15 compilation of comments reacting to the death of Mexican writer Carlos Fuentes, The Associated Press misspelled the name of the director of Mexico's National Council for Culture and the Arts. Her name is Consuelo Saizar, not Consuelo Salazar.
Author Carlos Fuentes, who played a dominant role in Latin America's novel-writing boom by delving into the failed ideals of the Mexican revolution, died Tuesday in a Mexico City hospital. He was 83.
Some reaction to the death of Mexican author Carlos Fuentes:
"One puts off the biography like you put off death," he said. "To write an autobiography is to etch the words on your own gravestone."