Irizarry, Estelle 1937–

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Irizarry, Estelle 1937–

PERSONAL: Born November 13, 1937, in Paterson, NJ; daughter of Morris J. (in sales) and Ceil Pearl (a homemaker) Roses; married Manuel A. Irizarry (an air traffic controller), December 14, 1963; children: Michael, Steven, Nelson. Education: Montclair State College (now University), B.A., 1959; Rutgers University, M.A., 1963; George Washington University, Ph.D., 1970. Hobbies and other interests: Literary computing, art.

ADDRESSES: Home—1600 N. Oak St., No. 1615, Arlington, VA 22209. E-mail[email protected]

CAREER: Georgetown University, Washington, DC, professor of Spanish, beginning 1970, currently professor emeritus.

MEMBER: Hispanic Society of America (fellow), American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, North Academy of the Spanish Language, Royal Academy of the Spanish Language (corresponding member), Institute of Puerto Rico in New York.

AWARDS, HONORS: Tomás Barros Essay Prize, 1990; prize for literature, Institute of Puerto Rico in New York, 1996; cross of the Civil Order of Alphonse the Sage, Spanish Ministry of Culture, 1998.

WRITINGS:

Teoráay creacón literaria en Francisco Ayala, Ediciones Gredos (Madrid, Spain), 1971.

El rapto, Fragancia de jazmines, Diálogo entre el amor y un viejo de Francisco Ayala, Ediciones Labor (Barcelona, Spain), 1974.

Martin Fierro, de José Hernández, Ebro (New York, NY), 1976.

La inventiva surrealista de E.F. Granell, Insula (Madrid, Spain), 1976.

Versos de una …, de César Tiempo, Ediciones Rescate (Madrid, Spain), 1977.

Francisco Ayala, G.K. Hall (Boston, MA), 1977.

La broma literaria en nuestros dáas: Aub, Ayala, Gullón, Ripoll, Tiempo, Eliseo Torres (New York, NY), 1979.

Rafael Dieste, G.K. Hall (Boston, MA), 1979.

La creación literaria de Rafael Dieste, Ediciós do Castro (Sada, La Coruña, Spain), 1980.

Enrique A. Laguerre, G.K. Hall (Boston, MA), 1982.

Writers-Painters of Contemporary Spain, G.K. Hall (Boston, MA), 1984.

"La llamarada," clásico puertorriqueno: Realidad y ficcion, Editorial Cultural (Rio Piedras, PR), 1985.

La novelástica de Enrique A. Laguerre, Editorial Cultural (Rio Piedras, PR), 1988.

Escritores pintores españoles del siglo XX, Edicios do Castro (Sada, La Coruña, Spain), 1991.

Estudios sobre Rafael Dieste, Anthropos (Barcelona, Spain), 1992.

(With Luz Pozo Garcáa) Estudios sobre la obra de Tomas Barros, Universidad de la Coruña (La Coruña, Spain), 1992.

Dos poetas de Huelva en America: Juan Ramon Jiménez, cronista, Odón Betanzos Palacios, juglar, Fundación Odón Betanzos Palacios (Huelva, Spain), 1996.

Informática y literatura, Proyecto A (Barcelona, Spain), 1997.

Altruismo y literatura: Odón Betanzos Palacios, Fundación Odón Betanzos Palacios (Huelva, Spain), 1999.

(Author of prologue) Sonetos de la muerte de Odón Betanzos Palacios, Fundación Odón Betanzos Palacios (Huelva, Spain), 2000.

Concordancias al Félix Muriel de Rafael Dieste (online publication), Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes, 2004.

Estudios sobre Enrique A. Laguerre, Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña (San Juan, PR), 2005.

El arte de la tergiversación en nuevos cuentos y la novels de Luis López Nieves, Terranova Editores (Carolina, PR), 2006.

"Cruz:" Seva de Luis López Nieves, Editorial Grupo Norma (Bogota, Colombia), 2006.

EDITOR

Enrique A. Laguerre, Solar Montoya (annotated edition), Ediciones Partenón (Madrid, Spain), 1983.

Enrique A. Laguerre, The Labyrinth (annotated edition), Waterfront Press (Maplewood, NJ), 1984.

Rafael Dieste, Historias e invenciones de Félix Muriel (annotated edition), Ediciones Catedra (Madrid, Spain), 1985.

Enrique A. Laguerre, Benevolent Masters (annotated edition), Waterfront Press (Maplewood, NJ), 1986.

Infortunios de Alonso Ramirez (annotated edition), Editorial Cultural (San Juan, PR), 1990.

Enrique A. Laguerre, Cauce sin rio (annotated edition), Editorial Cultural (San Juan, PR), 1991.

Editor, Hispania, 1993–2000.

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