January 23, 2022

Go “Inside the Gabriel García Márquez Archive”

A recent blog post on the Harry Ransom Center “Cultural Compass” blog includes images of two items from from the GGM Archive and includes a link to a new article about some of the contents that was recently published in another Ranscom Center publication.

From the Blog Post:

Gabriel García Márquez was a perfectionist when creating his masterpieces, and that quality is demonstrated in his manuscripts. With the Ransom Center’s recent acquisition of the late author’s archive, scholars will be able to see the author’s edits and discuss García Márquez’s writing process.

José Montelongo, the interim Latin American bibliographer at the university’s Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, writes about the thrill of delving into García Márquez’s manuscripts and exploring the pentimenti—repentances, compunctions, remorses—in the archive.

Read the Complete Blog Post

See Also: U. of Texas/Ransom Center Paid $2.2 Million for Gabriel Garcia Marquez Archive (February 25, 2015)


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