Frances M. López-Morillas

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Frances López-Morillas, née Frances Elinor Mapes (September 3, 1918 – ) is a leading translator of Spanish literature into English. She was married to the noted Hispanic scholar Juan López-Morillas from 1937 till the latter's death in 1997.[1] She is the translator of numerous Spanish classics, including works by Pérez Galdós, Camilo José Cela, Miguel Delibes, and Jorge Luis Borges.[2][3]

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