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"A TALE OF TWO TRANSLATION PROGRAMS: Politics, the Market, and Rockefeller Funding for Latin American Literature in the United States during the 1960s and 1970s," Latin American Research Review

Collection:
Gabriel Garcia Marquez (GGM)
Contributor:
Deborah Cohn (main author)
Format:
Secondary source, Critical Article
Publication Date:
2006
Published:
Austin, TX : University of Texas Press
Location:
Library, University of Illinois
Notes:
Deborah Cohn examines the interplay of the Cuban Revolution and the promotion and translation of Latin American literature in the United States during the Latin American literature "Boom." She studies the motivations that promoted cross-cultural understanding and describes the success of prominent Latin American authors such as Gabriel García Márquez.