First; regarding Latin American/Spanish authors that have what appears to be "more than one last name" (i.e. Mario Vargas Llosa). Is it a.) acceptable to accept the "second last name" (in the case of Mario Vargas Llosa, that'd be "Llosa") and/or b.) if not, is it acceptable to prompt on the "second last name"? I ask this because I noticed there are some discrepancies between answerlines and reader commands listed to the answerline.
^ Obviously, this answerline and adjacent reader commands differ from this;Early Fall Tournament 2010. Round 5; Question 13 wrote:He’s not W. Somerset Maugham, but this man wrote a novel which follows the lives of Paul Gauguin and his feminist grandmother Flora Tristan. This author of The Way to Paradise also wrote a novel which centers on a group of cadets at the Leoncio Prado Military Academy, as well as another work in which the Nearsighted Journalist investigates an uprising against the Brazilian government by the villagers of Canudos. In addition to The Time of the Hero and The War of the End of the World, and another novel’s even-numbered chapters consist of radio serials by Pedro Camacho. For 10 points, name this Peruvian novelist of Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter.
ANSWER: Mario Vargas Llosa (do not prompt on partial answer)
So I ask; what is the correct way to write or edit a tossup on Mario Vargas Llosa when it comes to providing answerline notations on when and when not to prompt? And to just really clarify, should prompts occur if only the "second" last name is given? It wasn't a tossup on Vargas Llosa but another author where the other team just answered the "second" last name and it was accepted (no prompts) and then I looked the name up on Torrey Pines/database and one of the sets said "do not prompt on ["second" last name]" for the same person.TJ NAREN 2010. Round 10; Question 19 wrote:This man examined Madame Bovary in his essay The Perpetual Orgy, and in one of this author's works Bonificia and Father Garcia are two characters brought to Don Anselmo's title structure. Santiago Zavala and Ambrosio meet by chance at a dog pound in Conversation at the Cathedral, and this author of The Green House wrote a novel about conflict between the military and Antonio Conselheiro's followers in The War of the End of the World. Another of his novels features radio soap opera writer Pedro Camacho and Lucho's sister-in-law who journalist Mario falls in love with. For 10 points, name this author of Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter.
ANSWER: Mario Vargas Llosa [prompt on partial]
Second; when it comes to Japanese authors, what is the best way to say the answer and receive credit for it? Are both names ultimately necessary? I also noticed some inconsistencies with answerlines when I looked up Yasunari Kawabata (or Kawabata Yasunari? I'm going off what Wiki has him as), there were questions that said ANSWER: Kawabata Yasunari [accept names in either order] but then I looked in an ACF Fall packet and it only had "Kawabata" underlined with no alternative answers or notes.