A note from Julio Cortázar to his translator, Gregory Rabassa, and a drawing sent to Rabassa’s daughter, Clara, “from the six foot four man.”

A note from Julio Cortázar to his translator, Gregory Rabassa, and a drawing sent to Rabassa’s daughter, Clara, “from the six foot four man.”

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