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On the 400th anniversary of Miguel de Cervantes’ death, Professor Mary Gaylord brought two of her grad students,  José Ángel De León (left) and Rodrigo del Rio, to Houghton Library to see works related to Cervantes, the author of “Don Quixote de la Mancha.”

A true giant

Four centuries dead, Cervantes remains an epic presence through ‘Don Quixote’

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Translators Forrest Gander (counterclockwise from center) talks with Laura Healy and Anna Deeny before "Transversal."  The two women were paired with Latin American poets Washington Cucurto, Tamara Kamenszain, and Malú Urriola. Poet and translator Brandel France de Bravo (left of Gander) will lead a workshop during the symposium, which runs through Thursday.

Poets, meet translators

Unusual series brings Latin American authors together with those who relay their work to other cultures

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