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The Dinner at Gonfarone'sSalomón de la Selva and His Pan-American Project in Nueva York, 1915-1919$
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Peter Hulme

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781786942005

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: January 2020

DOI: 10.3828/liverpool/9781786942005.001.0001

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New York through Spanish Eyes (1916)

New York through Spanish Eyes (1916)

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(p.136) Chapter Four New York through Spanish Eyes (1916)
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The Dinner at Gonfarone's
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Peter Hulme

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.3828/liverpool/9781786942005.003.0005

In 1916 Latin American literature began to be studied and written about, and Archer Huntington’s Hispanic Society of America financed de la Selva’s first translations – of eleven of his countryman Rubén Darío’s poems. Following Darío’s death in February 1916, another of his most obvious successors, the Spaniard Juan Ramón Jiménez, visited New York to get married and wrote a startlingly original poem about his experience of the city. Meanwhile, de la Selva continued his courtly pursuit of Edna Millay;continued to welcome new Hispanic writers to the city; and compiled his first book of poems, the manuscript of which has lain unexamined in a university library archive for nearly a century. The US occupation of the Dominican Republic galvanised Hispanic Opposition against Woodrow Wilson’s Pan-American policy.

Keywords:   Salomón de la Selva, New York, Woodrow Wilson, Edwin Markham, Juan Ramón Jimémez, Dominican Republic

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