Film, Video The Literary Legacy of Álvaro Mutis
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- The Literary Legacy of Álvaro Mutis
- Charlotte Rogers discussed the work and legacy of Álvaro Mutis, one of Colombia's most revered literary figures.
- Event Date
- May 13, 2016
- - Charlotte Rogers is assistant professor of Spanish at the University of Virginia.
- Related Resources
- Hispanic Division: https://www.loc.gov/rr/hispanic/
- Running Time
- 53 minutes 12 seconds
- Online Format
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