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This subseries is arranged chronologically and in three parts: 1. Notebooks, 2. School Notes, and 3. Writings and Drawings. Notebooks include Fuentes' viewed film notebook and notebooks with drafts of early fiction, nonfiction, and juvenile cartoons. The second section includes juvenile work done at schools in Santiago, Chile, and Mexico City; and the third section includes fiction and nonfiction written in the '40s and '50s, and some of the author's earliest efforts, e.g., material labeled by the author "Very Early Writings—Chile 1942—Mexico 1949" This section also includes drafts of Fuentes' prize-winning essay written for the law school of UNAM, 1953, and the author's early drawings and cartoons.
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The material under Series 2 covers the period 1942 to 1996, and contains all extant versions of Fuentes' fiction, plays, screenplays, short stories, and nonfiction writings. All subseries in this section are arranged alphabetically by title of published or unpublished work, with the exception of the following subseries: Nonfiction Short Works (E1), Speeches and Interviews (F), and Juvenilia (I). This series includes a few papers of others which are distributed in Screenplays/Television Scripts (C), Speeches and Interviews (F), and Translations (G).
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Subseries 4A, 1940-1995

49 boxes 54 items
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This subseries covers the years from 1944 to 1994 and is arranged alphabetically. Representative correspondents include Mexican, American, British, French and Spanish publishers, literary agents, faculty and administrators at colleges and universities throughout the U.S., Mexico, Latin America, and Europe, and writers, translators, theater directors, and filmmakers. Correspondence with publishers Farrar, Straus Giroux covers 1963-1993; Éditions Gallimard, 1961-1993; Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1961-1993; Editorial Joaquín Mortiz, 1965-1984; and Editorial Seix Barral, 1967-1985. There is also a large amount of correspondence with members of Fuentes' family, especially his mother, Bertha Macías de Fuentes, and father Rafael Fuentes Boettiger, and some correspondence of Carlos Fuentes with friends in the 1950s. Some of the folder titles follow Fuentes' own labels used in filing correspondence. There are many letters from readers and students, filed chronologically, in the folders labeled "Students and Readers."
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Series 4: Correspondence, 1940-1995

51 boxes 54 items
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This series covers the years from 1944 to 1994 and is arranged alphabetically. Representative correspondents include Mexican, American, British, French and Spanish publishers, literary agents, faculty and administrators at colleges and universities throughout the U.S., Mexico, Latin America, and Europe, and writers, translators, theater directors, and filmmakers. Correspondence with publishers Farrar, Straus Giroux covers 1963-1993; Éditions Gallimard, 1961-1993; Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1961-1993; Editorial Joaquín Mortiz, 1965-1984; and Editorial Seix Barral, 1967-1985. There is also a large amount of correspondence with members of Fuentes' family, especially his mother, Bertha Macías de Fuentes, and father Rafael Fuentes Boettiger, and some correspondence of Carlos Fuentes with friends in the 1950s. Some of the folder titles follow Fuentes' own labels used in filing correspondence. There are many letters from readers and students, filed chronologically, in the folders labeled "Students and Readers."
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Includes report cards from schools which Fuentes attended, miscellaneous certificates, and identification papers issued by the Mexican government. There are also drafts of Fuentes' curriculum vitae, U.S. immigration forms, death papers for Rafael Fuentes Boettiger, and appointment calendars marked by Fuentes for the years 1975 1977-1982 and 1986-1987.
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Includes report cards from schools which Fuentes attended, miscellaneous certificates, and identification papers issued by the Mexican government. There are also drafts of Fuentes' curriculum vitae, U.S. immigration forms, death papers for Rafael Fuentes Boettiger, and appointment calendars marked by Fuentes for the years 1975 1977-1982 and 1986-1987. Also includes bills, receipts, and tickets from hotels, airlines and cruise lines, bank statements, and a small amount of tax forms.
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Includes manuscript poems, short stories, and theater pieces by writers Julio Cortázar, Octavio Paz, Juan Rulfo, Jorge Guillén, Fernando Benítez, Claribel Alegría and Darwin J. Flakoll, and others; draft manuscript and page proofs for an anthology on Spanish American poetry by Cintio Vitier; printed screenplays, "Juarez" by John Huston et al., and "Love and Money" by James Toback et al.; literary criticism by others; and several doctoral dissertations and other theses on Fuentes. Short papers of others are filed in alphabetical order in folders at the start of the series. Longer papers of others are filed under the author's name or under "unidentified," in a separate folder or folders.
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This subseries contains clippings and printed material by the author such as short stories, and nonfiction articles; articles about Fuentes, including interviews; brochures from conferences attended by the author; programs of productions of the author's plays; many invitations and Christmas cards; and memorabilia saved by the author, such as maps, menus, and business cards. The note in the box and folder listing "includes holograph material" indicates that there are original folder covers used by the author which are saved and filed with the clippings.
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This series spans 1942 to 1993 and includes a large and diverse amount of biographical material about the author and memorabilia saved by Fuentes, including printed matter from schools attended in the 1940s; movie and theater program from Mexico, New York, and European countries in the 1950s; printed copies of Fuentes' journalism and fiction; interviews with Carlos Fuentes; and tearsheets of articles on Carlos Fuentes from academic journals published in the U.S., Mexico, Spain, and other countries.
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This file group is composed of subject files relating to academic and cultural institutions, publishers, editors, colleagues, other writers, artists, cultural and political figures, friends, and others. Materials include correspondence, postcards, memorandums, articles, publications, research and teaching materials, pamphlets, invitations, flyers, a few photographs, and other items.
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Press, 1947-2012

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This file group consists primarily of clippings, newspapers, and magazines containing essays and articles by and about Carlos Fuentes, including reviews of his works, interviews, events he participated on, life events such as Fuentes' 80th birthday, and other topics, including literature, politics, economics, and social issues. Other materials include agendas, correspondence, and other documents, chiefly related to press events. Also included are clippings and some photographs related to Carlos Fuentes' parents, Rafael Fuentes and Berta Macías, particularly in relation to his father's diplomatic career.
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The Additional Papers (1945-2012) are comprised of drafts of writings by Fuentes, including novels, articles, essays, reviews, and speeches; subject files relating to academic and cultural institutions, publishers, forums, embassies, editors, colleagues, artists, cultural and political figures, friends, and many others; speeches and talks given at conferences, convocations, awards ceremonies, lectures, and symposia; printed materials, including event invitations, programs, posters, book covers, publication proofs, photographs, published speeches, press kits, and essays by and about Fuentes; a large number of newspapers and press clippings containing articles by and about Fuentes, including reviews of his works; a few digital files; and other materials. Also included are 14 letters from Carlos Fuentes to Carolyn Pfeiffer written between 1969 and 1971, covering topics of film, including Fuentes' collaboration with Luis Buñuel, theater, literature, and personal matters.
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Box 13, Folder 7
Ms and TMs notes about Mariano Fiallos. Includes interviews with Rafael Gutiérrez, the family of Mariano Fiallos, Carlos Tünnermann, and Ernesto Barrera. Chronology of the life and times of Mariano Fiallos and information about Grupo Proa and Revista Proa.