Photo from Inti No. 10-11, Otoño-Primavera 1979-1980, p. 8.
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Pictured from left to right: Mirella Servodidio: Co-director of the Cortázar Symposium at Barnard and co-editor of this special edition of Inti with Marcelo Coddou (also pictured). Julio Cortázar: Argentinian author and poet credited as one of the principal writers to spark the Latin American literary boom in the 1950s and 60s. This issue of Inti presents Cortázar’s keynote speech as Visiting Gildersleeve Lecturer at Barnard College in 1980 as well as the work of several Cortázar scholars who attended the symposium at Barnard. Miriam Coddou. Marcelo Coddou: Co-director of the Cortázar Symposium at Barnard and co-editor of this special edition of Inti with Mirella Servodidio (also pictured). Inti No. 10-11, Otoño-Primavera 1979-1980, p. 8.