RABASSA, Gregory. American, b. 1922. Genres: Poetry, Literary criticism and history, Translations. Career: Columbia University, NYC, instructor in Spanish, 1947-52, associate, 1952-58, assistant professor, 1958-63, associate professor of Spanish and Portuguese, 1963-68; Queens College, City University of New York, Flushing, professor of Romance Languages, 1968- 86, distinguished professor, 1986-. Oddysey Review, associate ed., 1961-64. Recipient of awards and fellowships; Gabriela Mistral Medal, Chile, 1996; Croce al Merito di Guerra (Italy); Order of San Carlos (Colombia). Publications: TRANSLATIONS: J. Cortazar, Hopscotch, 1966; C. Lispector, The Apple in the Dark, 1967; M. Asturias, Mulata (in UK as Mulatta and Mr. Fly), 1967; M. Vargas Llosa, The Green House, 1969; J. Goytisolo, Marks of Identity, 1969; A. Coutinho, An Introduction to Literature in Brazil, 1969; Asturias, Strong Wind, 1969; M. Mujica-Lainez, Bomarzo, 1969; G. Garcia Marquez, One Hundred Years of Solitude, 1970; Asturias, The Green Pope, 1971; Garcia Marquez, Leaf Storm and Other Stories, 1972; Cortazar, Sixty- Two: A Model Kit, 1973; D. Trevisan, The Vampire of Coritiba, 1973; Asturias, The Eyes of the Interred, 1973; J. Lezama Lima, Paradiso, 1974; Vargas Llosa, Conversation in the Cathedral, 1975; Garcia Marquez, The Autumn of the Patriarch, 1976; Garcia Marquez, Innocent Erendira and Other Stories, 1978; Cortazar, A Manual for Manuel, 1978; D. Aguilera-Malta, Seven Serpents and Seven Moons, 1979; Garcia Marquez, In Evil Hour, 1979; Avalovara, Osman Lins, 1980; A Change of Light and Other Stories, Cortazar, 1980; Macho Camacho's Beat, L.R. Sanchez, 1981; The Girl from Ipanema, V. de Moraes, 1982; A Meditation, J. Benet, 1983; We Love Glenda So Much and Other Tales, Cortazar, 1983; Chronicle of a Death Foretold, Garcia Marquez, 1983; L. Valenzuela, The Lizard's Tail, 1983; J. Amado, Sea of Death, 1984; Cortazar, A Certain Lucas, 1984; (with B.J. Bernstein) Garcia Marquez, Collected Stories, 1984; Benet, Return to Region, 1985; O. Franca Jr., The Man in the Monkey Suit, 1986; Amado, Captains of the Sands, 1988; Amado, Showdown, 1988; A. Lobo Antunes, Fado Alexandrino, 1990; J. Donoso, Taratuta and Still Life with Pipe, 1993; J. Amado, the War of the Saints, 1993; I. Vilar, A Message from God in the Atomic Age, 1996; M. de Carvalho, A God Strolling in the Cool of the Evening, 1997; J.M. Machado de Assis, The Posthumous Memoirs of Bras Cubas, 1997; Machado de Assis, Quincas Borba, 1998; A.T. Torres, Dona Ines vs. Oblivion, 1999; D. Ribeiro, The Brazilian People, 2000; L. Antunes, The Return of the Caravels, 2002. OTHER: O Negro na ficcao brasileira, 1965; A Cloudy Day in Gray Minor (poetry), 1989. Address: 140 E 72nd St Apt 10B, New York, NY 10021-4243, U.S.A.