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Day Symposium: Mario Vargas Llosa

Mario Vargas Llosa is one of the world's greatest contemporary novelists and a major public intellectual. In his seventieth year, a group of international scholars survey his work over five decades. An 'In Conversation' with Mario Vargas Llosa will be the closing event of the symposium.

The event will take place on Saturday 20 May between 09:15 and 20:15.

Speakers include: Kelly Austin (Chicago), Roy Boland (La Trobe), Deborah Cohn (Indiana), Clive Griffin (Oxford), John King (Warwick), Efrain Kristal (UCLA), Fiona Mackintosh (Edinburgh) and Michael Wood (Princeton).

A provisional programme can be viewed here.

The booking form can be downloaded here. Registration includes conference fee, lunch, refreshments and admission to the 'in conversation with John King and Efrain Kristal at 6pm in Warwick Arts Centre Conference Room.

Tickets can also be booked for the evening event only for £5 (£3.50 concessions). Contact the Box Office on 024 7652 4524 for details.

For further information on the Symposium, please contact Sue Dibben in the HRC on 024 7652 3401.