José Bianco papers, 1928-1985.
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Nicolás Guillén was a poet, journalist, political activist, writer, and first winner of Cuba's National Prize for Literature (1983). He was born Nicolás Guillén Batista in Camagüey, Cuba on 10 July 1902. He studied law at the University of Havana but gave it up, working as a typographer and journalist and beginning to publish poetry in the 1920s. Guillén's work was influenced by the poet Langston Hughes whom he met in 1930 and with whom he formed a lifelong friendship. Guillén drew from his mixe...
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 ...
Author Victoria Ocampo (1890-1979) was founder (1931) and editor of the magazine SUR, an important literary magazine published in Buenos Aires. From the description of Fraga and Pena collection : correspondence, 1900-1979. (Princeton University Library). WorldCat record id: 79289513 Victoria Ocampo (1908-1979) was an Argentine writer, translator, publisher, feminist, and founder of the review Sur. From the description of Victoria Ocampo papers, 1908-1979. (Harvar...
José Lezama Lima was born in Cuba in 1910, he studied law at the University of Havana and graduated in 1938. Poet, novelist and essayist, he had a solid foundation in the classics of the Spanish Golden Age and avidly studied the French Symbolists who influenced his first book of poems. Over the years his works have been studied by literary critics and have been translated into several languages. Lezama Lima has had a profound influence on Cuban and Latin American writers and his works still rec...