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Gregory Rabassa and Earl Fitz

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Uploaded on Jan 5, 2012

In this opening event of the symposium, a group of contemporary Brazilian writers and translators and scholars of Brazilian literature discuss currents in poetry, fiction, essays, and song lyrics from the city of Salvador (Bahia). With novelist Helena Parente Cunha (Woman Between Mirrors), poet Lande Onawale (O vento), scholar Earl Fitz (Vanderbilt University), translator Gregory Rabassa (translator of Jorge Amado, Clarice Lispector, and others), and critic Peggy Sharpe (moderator) (Florida State University).

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