• Gabriel Garcia Marquez: a Tale of Two Translators Greetings, literarians. Last week, we had the privilege of interviewing Gregory Rabassa, one of the great translators of the past century, whose works include the legendary novels HOPSCOTCH and 100 YEARS OF SOLITUDE, which kindled the flames of what would become the so-called boom of Latin American literature. Rabassa, born in Yonkers to an American […] Literary Man 0 Comments May 2, 2012
  • What Would You Ask Gregory Rabassa? Greetings, literarians. You’ve heard of Gabriel Garcia Marquez. You’ve probably also heard of Mario Vargas Llosa. If you really know your stuff, you’ve also read the work of Julio Cortazar, author of the masterpiece HOPSCOTCH. And, if you’re really into Latin American literature, you’ve read Clarice Lispector, Jorge Amado, and the Proust of the Caribbean […] Literary Man 0 Comments April 27, 2012