Correspondence in Knopf Inc. archive shows how Blanche Knopf’s interest in Latin America led to the publication of the first English translations of works by writers such as Fernando Ortiz and Alejo Carpentier.
Read the full article "Fellows Find: When Knopf Inc. published a master work by Fernando Ortiz: A strange hurricane" on the Harry Ransom Center’s blog, Cultural Compass.

Correspondence in Knopf Inc. archive shows how Blanche Knopf’s interest in Latin America led to the publication of the first English translations of works by writers such as Fernando Ortiz and Alejo Carpentier.

Read the full article "Fellows Find: When Knopf Inc. published a master work by Fernando Ortiz: A strange hurricane" on the Harry Ransom Center’s blog, Cultural Compass.

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