Bianco, José.

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Bianco (1908-1986) was an Argentine writer who is known for his psychological fiction which includes LAS RATAS (1943) and LA PERDIDA DEL REINO (1972). He also translated Henry James, Paul Valery, and many other French writers into Spanish. During his career, he also worked as an editor of SUR (1938-1961), the Argentine literary journal.

From the description of José Bianco papers, 1928-1985. (Princeton University Library). WorldCat record id: 175709799

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associatedWith Garro, Elena. person
associatedWith Guillén, Nicolás, 1902-1989 person
associatedWith Lezama Lima, José, 1912-1976 person
associatedWith Ocampo, Silvina. person
associatedWith Ocampo, Victoria, 1890-1979. person
associatedWith Paz, Octavio, 1914-1998. person
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Novelists, Argentine--20th century--Correspondence
Poets, Cuban--20th century--Correspondence
Dramatists, Mexican--20th century--Correspondence
Argentine literature--20th century
Latin American literature--20th century
Authors, Argentine--20th century--Correspondence
Novelists, Mexican--20th century--Correspondence
Authors, Latin American--20th century--Correspondence
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Novelists, Argentine--20th century
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Birth 1908-11-21

Death 1986-04-24

Argentines

Spanish; Castilian

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