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Un mundo para Julius
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A world for Julius (original title: Un Mundo para Julius, 1970), was the first novel published by Peruvian writer Alfredo Bryce. In this postmodern novel Bryce incisively charts the decline of an influential, centuries-old aristocratic family faced with the invasion of foreign capital in the 1950s.
The protagonist, Julius, is the youngest child of a wealthy Peruvian family. He studied at Inmaculado Corazón school and Markham College.