Ramón José Sender

Ramón José Sender

Fellow: Awarded 1941
Field of Study: Fiction

Competition: Latin America & Caribbean

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1941–42:

Latin American Exchange Fellows, 1941

Appointed from Mexico:

SENDER, RAMÓN JOSÉ:  Appointed for creative work in writing; tenure, six months from a date in the year 1941 to be determined: postponed to August 1, 1942.

Born February 3, 1902, in Spain.  Education:  Central University, Madrid, 1919–1922.

Publications (Spanish titles of books, several of which also have been published in English translation):  El Problema Religioso en Méjico, 1928; Imán, 1929; Orden Público, 1931; Teresa de Jesús, 1931; Siete Domingos Rojos, 1932; La Noche de las Cien Cabezas, 1934; La Aldea del Crimen, 1934; Mr. Witt en el Canton, 1935; Contraataque, 1938; Proverbio de la Muerte, 1940; El Lugar del Hombre, 1940; Mexicayotl, 1941.

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