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December 5, 2012

The Library Foundation of Los Angeles visited Guadalajara, Mexico for the 26th annual Feria del Libro, the world’s largest Spanish-language book fair. From author talks, book presentations, meetings with publishers and displays of the vibrant cultural arts of the region, this clip shares a taste of the richness of the world of Latin American arts and letters.

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