Searching for Recognition: The Promotion of Latin American Literature in the United States

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Copyright Acknowledgments
The author and publisher gratefully acknowledge permission to reprint the following:
"Latin American Literature and the Alfred Knopf Collection" by Irene Rostagno. Originally published in The Library Chronicle 22 ( 1983): 17-49. Reprinted by permission.
"Waldo Frank's Crusade for Latin American Literature" by Irene Rostagno. Originally published in The Americas 46, no. 1 ( July 1989): 41-69. Reprinted by permission.
Letters to and from the editors of The Plumed Horn/El Corno Emplumado. Reprinted by permission of the Harry Ransome Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin.
Selections from a 9 October 1963 letter from Thomas Merton to Margaret Randall reprinted by permission of the Merton Legacy Trust.
Selections from a 10 July 1976 letter from Gregory Rabassa to Ronald Christ reprinted by permission of Gregory Rabassa.
Selections from a 29 January 1968 letter from Alastair Reid to Edgar reprinted by permission of Alastair Reid.
Selections from letters dated n.d. 1966 and 26 October 1966 from Edward Dorn to Margaret Randall reprinted by permission of Edward Dorn.
Selections from a 10 December 1965 letter from Robert Kelly to Margaret Randall reprinted by permission of Robert Kelly.
Selections from a 23 July 1975 letter to Carmen Valcells, a 12 June 1975 letter to Carlos Fuentes, and a 2 September 1977 letter to Luis Harss reprinted by permission of Ronald Christ.
Selections from a 27 April 1964 letter from Lawrence Ferlinghetti to Margaret Randall reprinted by permission of Lawrence Ferlinghetti.
Selections from a 16 June 1964 letter from Blanche Knopf to John Brown reprinted by permission of the Knopf Archives, The University of Texas at Austin.
Selections from a 31 March 1966 letter from Cid Corman to Margaret Randall reprinted by permission of Cid Corman.

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Searching for Recognition: The Promotion of Latin American Literature in the United States
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Notes xvi
  • 1- Waldo Frank's Crusade for Latin American Literature 1
  • Notes 26
  • 2- Blanche and Alfred Knopf's Literary Roundup 31
  • Notes 55
  • 3- The Plumed Horn/ El Corno Emplumado: The Spell of Cuba in the 1960s 59
  • IV 84
  • 4- Casa De Las Américas and The Center for Inter-American Relations: Competing for Latin American Literature 89
  • Notes 138
  • Conclusion 145
  • Notes 150
  • Selected Bibliography 151
  • Index 155
  • About the Author 160
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