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Guillen New Norton Lecturer for '57-58

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Jorge Guillen, widely recognized as one of Spain's foremost poets, will be the Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry during 1957-58. Guillen, who is the Helen J. Sanborn Professor of Spanish at Wellesley College, is best known for his book of poems, Cantico, published in 1928.

In 1954-'55 a Guggenheim Fellowship enable him to work on Clamor, a book intended to complement his former writings. He was given the Award of Merit of the American Academy of Arts and letters in 1955.

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