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These two essays explore the respective archival collections of the Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. (Harry Ransom Center of the University of Texas at Austin), a premier American publishing house, and of Sanford J. Greenburger (University of Oregon), a leading American literary agent, in order to highlight the interest and promotion of Cesare Pavese’s works in the United States from the postwar years to the 1960s. These studies provide insight into the editorial process regarding Pavese’s writings, an “American” perspective of the Piedmontese writer’s works and of contemporary Italian literature in general, as well the tastes of the American reading public. Additionally, these essays examine questions concerning the negotiations and quality of translations from Italian into English and how such issues may have impacted the publication and success of Pavese’s works in the United States.

Cesare Pavese Among the Sanford J Greenburger Papers

Cesare Pavese e l'editore Knopf. October 5 2015