Rutgers Acquires the Nandino Collection of Modern Mexican Literature
Keywords:Mexican Literature, Elias Nandino
AbstractDauster describes the personal library of the distinguished Mexican poet, Elias Nandino aquired by Rutgers Library. Dr. Nandino has been closely associated with the major developments in Mexican poetry over a period of forty years. The Nandino collection includes some 700 volumes as well as literary periodicals beginning in 1928.
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