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Includes drafts of screenplays and television scripts written by Fuentes, or in collaboration with others, including "El acoso," "Can You Hear the Dogs Barking," "Las cautivas," "Children of Sanchez," The Buried Mirror TV series, "Juarez," "Mexico, Mexico,""La muerte de Artemio Cruz," "El secreto de las gelatinas," "Traviata-Verdi," and "Zona sagrada"; and drafts of screenplays written by others which are based on Fuentes' books, "Birthdays" by G. Cain, "Aura," and "La muerte de Artemio Cruz" (several versions), "Old Gringo" by Luis Valdez, "Old Gringos" by Joan Didion and John Gregory Dunne, and "Where the Air is Clear" by Percy Granger. Screenplays written by others which are not based on Fuentes' published writings are filed in Papers of Others (Series 8).
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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 All subseries in this section are arranged alphabetically by title of published or unpublished work, with the exception of the following subseries: Nonfiction Short Works (E1), Speeches and Interviews (F), and Juvenilia (I).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: General Correspondence, 1940-1995

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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

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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.