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Sarah Ann Wells

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Sarah Ann Wells

Sarah Ann Wells is Assistant Professor of Brazilian and Spanish-American literature at the University of Notre Dame. She is the translator of essays, plays, and short stories from Latin America, including Gonzalo Aguilar's Other Worlds: New Argentine Cinema (Palgrave, 2009; 2012). Her translation of María Sonia Cristoff's "A State of Hypnosis" appeared in the October 2012 of WWB.

Articles by Sarah Ann Wells

Cousins from Overseas
By Gerson Lodi-Ribeiro
His pains originate in another continent. They are graver, and more ancient.
Translated from Portuguese by Sarah Ann Wells
State of Hypnosis
By María Sonia Cristoff
María Sonia Cristoff returned to her native Patagonia to investigate parts of the region, once flush with profits from the oil industry, that have become, either from dirty politics or global commerce,…
Translated from Spanish by Sarah Ann Wells
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