Creator: Cortázar, Julio×
  • [Letter] 1967 Julio 2, Saignon [a] León Ferrari
    Cortázar, Julio
    1967
    Julio Cortázar wrote to León Ferrari about his partial reading, only thirty pages of Palabras ajenas [Other People’s Words] which he defined in generic terms as a “tremendo oratorio” [tremendous oratory], despite it sounding ironic. Cortázar [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 749600

  • [Letter] 1965 Noviembre 2, Saignon [to] León [Ferrari]
    Cortázar, Julio
    1965
    Julio Cortázar, the Argentine writer living in Paris, writes to León Ferrari, coming to his defense in the wake of the controversy reported in the Buenos Aires press over the work that Ferrari presented at the Torcuato Di Tella Institute in 1965 [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 749599

  • Reunión con un círculo rojo : a Borges
    Cortázar, Julio
    1976
    This brief work of fiction by Julio Cortázar, which is dedicated to the Venezuelan painter Jacobo Borges, was inspired by the painting Reunión con un círculo rojo. The Argentinean writer’s main character in the story, Jacobo,  steps into a [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1060457