Carlos Fuentes Was A 'Renaissance Man'

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Robert Siegel talks to Ilan Stavans, professor of Latino Studies at Amherst College, about the legacy of Carlos Fuentes. The Mexican writer died Tuesday at the age of 83. Stavans has taught and written about Fuentes' work.

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