Luis Leal papers, 1946-1985.


Leal, Luis, 1907-2010. Luis Leal papers, 1946-1985.

Luis Leal papers, 1946-1985.

Correspondence, manuscripts, research notes, student papers and dissertations. Also some literary manuscripts by others.

129 linear feet.

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Politician, leader in the Mexican national congress. From the description of Receta pa[ra] curae el cholera morbus : de cuia virtud eficaz salgo you garante si se usa en el primer ataque de esta dolencia y no se la dexa progresar, [183-?]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 50156031 ...

Gorostiza, José, 1901-1973 (person)

Güereña, Salvador. (person)

Arévalo Martínez, Rafael, 1884-1975 (person)

Quiroz González, Raquel. (person)

Dávila Padilla, Agustín 1562-1604 (person)

León, Hebreo, approximately 1460- (person)

Wiegman, Neal A. (person)

Gambaro, Griselda. (person)

Carballido, Emilio (person)

Emilio Carballido, playwright. Myra Gann, translator. From the description of Conversation among the ruins: typescript, n.d. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122363942 ...

Granados y Gálvez, José Joaquín, 1734-1794. (person)

Béhague, Gerard. (person)

Ethnomusicologist Gerard Béhague was a specialist in Brazilian and Andean music. From the description of Gerard Béhague papers, 19xx-2005. (University of Texas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 501838070 ...

Banda Farfán, Raquel (person)

Sáinz, Gustavo 1940- (person)

Rivera, José Eustasio, 1888-1928 (person)

Romero, José Rubén, 1890-1952 (person)

Iduarte, Andrés, 1907-1984 (person)

Castro, Américo, 1885-1972 (person)

Torres Bodet, Jaime, 1902-1974 (person)

Mexican poet, also Director General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 1948-1952. From the description of Typed poem, signed, 1920 Oct. 27. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754866782 ...

Torri, Julio, 1889-1970 (person)

González Rodas, Publio 1934- (person)

Garibay, Ricardo (person)

Cortés, Hernán, 1485-1547 (person)

Conquistador and explorer. From the description of Hernán Cortés correspondence, circa 1542. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980322 Hernán Cortés led the Spanish invasion of Mexico in 1519 and the conquest of the Aztec Empire in 1521. He was governor of New Spain between 1522 and 1527 before returning to Spain and being named the Marqués del Valle de Oaxaca. Cortés returned to Mexico between 1530 and 1541 where he explored the northwestern part of Mexico and its Pacif...

González Obregón, Luis, 1865-1938 (person)

Mojarro, Tomás (person)

Rojas Garcidueñas, José, 1912-1981 (person)

Chang-Rodríguez, Raquel (person)

Mackenzie, Malcolm Scott (person)

Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957 (person)

Mexican painter and muralist. From the description of Declaration in connection with a watercolor and a drawing sold to Mrs. Schwartz, 1934 March 7, Mexico City. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 81939422 Diego Rivera, a renowned Mexican mural painter, was commissioned by Mrs. Samuel Strong in 1935 to paint a portrait of her friend, Kathleen Burke, of Cleveland, Ohio. From the description of Receipt from Diego Rivera, 1935 Mar. 5. (Unknown). WorldCa...

Campos, Rubén M., 1876-1945 (person)

Nandino, Elías, 1900-1993 (person)

Siquieros, David Alfaro. (person)

Columbus, Chris (person)

Epithet: of Genoa British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000367.0x000120 Italian explorer and navigator commissioned by Spain. Italian name was Cristoforo Colombo. Known in Spain as Cristóbal Colón. Born 1451; died 1506. From the description of Collection concerning Christopher Columbus, 1488-1515. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71067622 ...

Carrillo y Ancona, Crescencio, 1837-1897 (person)

Bioy Casares, Adolfo (person)

Argentine author; also wrote under pseudonym B. Suárez Lynch and with Jorge Luis Borges under joint pseudonym H. Bustos Domecq; b. 1914; d. 1999. From the description of Adolfo Bioy-Casares collection, 1947-1985. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70971123 ...

Pitol, Sergio, 1933-.... (person)

Sergio Pitol Demeneghi is a prominent Mexican writer, translator, and diplomat. In 2005 he received the Cervantes Prize. Pitol studied law and literature and served in the Mexican Foreign Service at Rome, Belgrade, Warsaw, Paris, Beijing, Moscow, Prague, Budapest and Barcelona. He started publishing novels and poetry in the late 1960s. From the description of Sergio Pitol papers, 1951-2005 (bulk 1962-2004) (Princeton University Library). WorldCat record id: 276567722 ...

Navarrete, Raúl 1941-1981 (person)

Olmedo, José Joaquín de, 1780-1847 (person)

Menéndez, Miguel Angel (person)

Brushwood, John S. (John Stubbs), 1920-2007 (person)

Bermúdez, María Elvira (person)

Alessio Robles, Vito, 1879-1957 (person)

Rincón, Antonio 1555-1601 (person)

Salado Álvarez, Victoriano 1867-1931 (person)

Fuentes, Victor (Singer) (person)

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881 (person)

Uslar Pietri, Arturo, 1906-2001 (person)

Lerner, Isaías. (person)

Bramón, Francisco active 17th century (person)

Prado Velasquez, Ernesto. (person)

Montes de Oca, Marco Antonio, 1932-2009 (person)

Basurto, Luis G. (person)

Sánchez Ortega, F. (Francisco) (person)

Flynn, Gerard C. (person)

Arredondo, Inés (person)

Souza, Raymond D., 1936-.... (person)

Castellanos, Rosario (person)

Mallea, Eduardo, 1903-1982 (person)

Rosario Ferrer de Cowes, María del. (person)

Marqués, René. (person)

Rodriguez Galvan, Francisco, 1816-1842. (person)

Novás Calvo, Lino, 1905-1983 (person)

Prado, Pedro, 1886-1952 (person)

Gorostiza, Celestino (person)

Neruda, Pablo, 1904-1973 (person)

Neruda was a Chilean poet, diplomat, and politician. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971. From the description of Pablo Neruda papers concerning Fulgor y muerte de Joaquin Murieta, 1967-1976 (inclusive), 1967 (bulk). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612769868 From the guide to the Pablo Neruda papers concering Fulgor y muerte de Joaquin Murieta, 1967-1976, bulk 1967., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Poet. ...

Jiménez Moreno, Wigberto 1909-1985 (person)

Leal, Luis, 1907-2010 (person)

Mexican writer, critic. Director of the Research Center for Chicano Studies at U.C. Santa Barbara and Professor Emeritus at the University of Illinois, Urbana, Leal has achieved a record of distinction as Professor of Spanish-American literature and has authored numerous books and hundreds of journal articles dealing with Latin American and Chicano literature. Especially noteworthy articles on Chicano literature include "Mexican American literature: a historical perspective, " and "The problem o...

Alegría, Ciro, 1909-1967 (person)

Izquierdo de Piña, Juan, 1566?-1643. (person)

Núñez de Pineda y Bascuñán, Francisco, 1608-1680 (person)

Isaacs, Jorge, 1837-1895 (person)

Azar, Hector (person)

Mejia Sanchez, Ernesto (person)

Alegría, Fernando, 1918-2005 (person)

Chilean novelist, poet, and critic. Until the 1973 coup he served as cultural attache with the Chilean embassy in Washington. He then taught at Stanford until his retirement in 1987, with continuing status as Professor Emeritus. From the description of Fernando Alegría papers, 1924-2000 (1940-1998). (Stanford University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 462019072 ...

Quiroga, Horácio, 1878-1937 (person)

Caso, Antonio, 1883-1946 (person)

Segovia, Tomás (person)

Tomás Segovia is a Mexican poet and writer who was born in Valencia, Spain, in 1927. He founded the publication PRESENCE (1946), was director of the MEXICAN MAGAZINE OF LITERATURE (1958-1963), and a contributor to PLURAL and RETURN magazines. Segovia taught at several universities including Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and Princeton University. His works include ANAGNÓRISIS, CUADERNO INOPORTUNO, HISTORIAS Y POEMAS, and ZAMORA BAJO LOS ASTROS. From the description of Po...

Avila, Francisco de, approximately 1573-1647 (person)

Gutiérrez Cruz, Carlos, 1897-1930 (person)

Huarte, Juan, 1530?-1592 (person)

Barrios, Eduardo, 1884-1963 (person)

Sarmiento, Domingo Faustino, 1811-1888 (person)

González de Eslava, Fernán, active 16th century (person)

Asturias, Miguel Ángel (person)

Martínez Sotomayor, José, 1895-1980 (person)

Huerta, Efraín, 1914-1982 (person)

Efraín Huerta (b. June 18, 1914, Silao, Guanajuato, Mexico–d. February 3, 1982, Mexico City) was a Mexican poet and journalist. Born and raised in the state of Guanajuato, he moved to Mexico City initially to start a career in art. Unable to enter the Academy of San Carlos, he attended the Escuela Preparatoria Nacional, where he met writers such as Rafael Solana, Carmen Toscano, and Octavio Paz. He had been writing poetry since he was young, but initially opted to attend law school; however, whe...

Turrent Rozas, Lorenzo. (person)

Leñero, Vicente (person)

McMurray, George R., 1925-.... (person)

Boniface VIII, Pope, -1303 (person)

Rabasa, Emilio, 1856-1930 (person)

Solana, Rafael (person)

Unamuno, Miguel de 1864-1936 (person)

Miguel de Unamuno y Jugo, born in 1864, was a Spanish author, philosopher and educator, whose essays had great influence in early 20th-century Spain. He was one of the foremost representatives of the movement Generation '98. He died in 1936. From the description of Miguel de Unamuno Papers. 1885-1936. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 225566245 ...