Quetzalcóatl and Guadalupe. The formation of Mexican National Consciousness, 153-1813

With a Foreword by Octavio Paz, translated by Benjamin Keen, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1976.


Reseña de Quetzalcóatl and Guadalupe,(edición en inglés), por John H. Elliott, aparecida el 26 de mayo de 1977, en  The New York Review of Books, New York, N. Y.

Reseña de John H. Elliott


Lady Joyce Parry, esposa del historiador John H. Parry, hizo este retrato a lápiz de J. L., 1974, en la presentación del libro en Harvard. 

Carta a J. L. del traductor al inglés de Quetzalcóatl y Guadalupe, Benjamin Keen, Profesor de la Universidad de Illinois, autor de The Aztecs Images in Western Thought, Rutgers, 1971.

 Dear Friend and Colleague:

I congratulate you and Gallimard on the publication of Quetzalcotal et Guadalupe, an important event in the history of Latin American studies, and I look forward to the difficult yet pleassant task of translating it. I belive that our Press Director, Mr. Richard Congdon, has already written Galllimard to say that he wishes to take up the option to publish the work in an English translation.  (…)


Benjamin Keen


Carta de Benjamin Keen a J. L.




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