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The Daily Beast

Even a Shakespeare Exhibit is Dramatic"


"How Gone With the Wind's Costumes Combined the 1860s and the 1930s"

Vanity Fair

"The Secret History of One Hundred Years of Solitude"


"Harry Ransom Center: En las entrañas de la Cultura contemporánea"


"First-Hand: Shakespeare in Print and Performance at the Harry Ransom Center"


"See a Manuscript Page From The Things They Carried—With the Author's Edits"


"Arquivo de Garcia Márquez tem resposta de Collor a carta do escritor"


"De Gabo para Saramago"

El Espectador

"Gabo, en la parranda eterna de los poetas"

Houston Chronicle

"Salman Rushdie has earlobes, even if genies in his new book don't"

Austin Chronicle

"Hidden Room Theatre Resurrects King Lear"


"El legado de García Márquez, a la vista de todos"

El Pais

"Cuando Salman Rushdie preguntó: "¿Quién es Gabriel García Márquez?"

La Prensa

"Simposio sobre el legado y la obra de García Márquez en EEUU"


"How The Diary of Anne Frank First Made It to the U.S."

El Espectador

"La vida eternal de Gabo en Texas"

Folha de S. Paulo

"Manuscritos de Gabriel Garcia Marquez sao abertos ao publico"


"Revelan secretos de Gabriel Garcia Marquez"

Noticia Caracol

"Los secretos de la coleccion de Gabo adquirida por la Universidad de Texas"

Austin-American Statesman

"Ransom Center opens Garcia Marquez archive to researchers"

Los Angeles Times

"Get your Gabo on: Gabriel Garcia Marquez archive opens at University of Texas' Ransom Center"

RCN La Radio

"Colombiana participo en restauracion de fotos personales de Gabo"


"Abren archivos de Gabriel Garcia Marquez en Texas"

El Espanol

"Los secretos de Gabo salen a la luz"


"Archives from literary giant Garcia Marquez open for research in Texas"

La Jornada

"Inaugura Universidad de Texas archive de Garcia Marquez"


"La Universidad de Texas abre el archivo personal de García Márquez"

La Nacion

"Abrieron en Austin el archivo de Gabo"

Cuba Si

"Universidad en Texas revela archivo personal de García Márquez"


"Abren el archivo personal de Gabriel García Márquez en Estados Unidos"

El Pais

"Viaje a la intimidad de García Márquez"


"Recomendamos también: Viaje a la intimidad de García Márquez"

The Guardian

"Gabriel García Márquez archives open for research at Texas university"

Fine Books and Collections

"Gabriel García Márquez Archive Opens for Research"


"Gabriel García Márquez archive opens for research at Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas"

El Universal

"Abren archivo de "Gabo" en Texas"

Noticias Caracol

"Páginas de puño y letra de Gabo, parte de los tesoros que ven la luz en EE. UU."

Corriere della sera

"Ritagli, lettere e i romanzi riscritti L'archivio di Gabo, tesoro di tutti"


"Abre UT muestra de archivo privado de Gabriel García Márquez"

Rep TV

"Nell'archivio di Márquez un romanzo inedito e una bio mai finita"

RCN Radio

"Colombiana participó en restauración de fotos personales de Gabo"

Caracol Television

"Páginas de puño y letra de Gabo, parte de los tesoros que ven la luz en EE. UU"

El Tiempo

"Abren el archivo personal de Gabo en la Universidad de Texas"


"Texas abre archivo de 'Gabo'"

La Razon

"Así escribía Gabo a máquina... y a mano"

El Pais

"Exhibición de archivo de 'Gabo' en Texas se abre con simposio sobre su vida y obra"

Economia y Negocios

"La Universidad de Texas abre el baúl de Gabriel García Márquez"


 "Abren archivos de Gabriel García Márquez en Texas"

Knight Center Journalism in America

"García Márquez archive opens at the University of Texas at Austin"

Knight Center Journalism in America

"Archivo de García Márquez se abre en la Universidad de Texas en Austin"

Austin American-Statesman

"Harry Ransom Center adds Treasure Trove of Gabriel García Márquez"

W Radio

 "Tenemos archivos de influencias de Gabo como Hemingway o James Joyce: Diana Díaz Cañas"

Latin Times

"Texas University Opens Gabriel García Márquez Personal Archives For Research"


"Crónica de un tachón anunciado"

El Periodico de Aragon

"Tejas abre los cajones de Gabo"

Brain Pickings

"A New and Sweeping Utopia of Life: Gabriel García Márquez's Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech"

El Espectador

"La vida eterna de Gabo en Texas" (Colombia)


"Letters of note: what writers said – in pictures"


"The Woman Who Made Scarlett O'Hara's Hats"


"Cunningham-Kruppa to lead preservation and conservation efforts at Ransom Center"

Austin Chronicle

"Frank Reaugh: Landscapes of Texas and the American West"

Conde Nast Traveler

"An Artist's Guide to the Best of Austin, Texas"

Houston Chronicle

"UT's Ransom Center acquiring author Kazuo Ishiguro's archive"

The Austin Chronicle

"The Remains of the Papers"


"Novelist Kazuo Ishiguro's archive bought by University of Texas"


"Kazuo Ishiguro's Thoughts on Some 'Great Writers'"

Austin American-Statesman

"Ransom Center acquires Kazuo Ishiguro archive"


"Kazuo Ishiguro archive heads to Texas library"

The Bookseller

"Ishiguro archives bought for $1m by Texas University"


"Novelist Ishiguro's notes and works head to Texas library"

The Telegraph

"Kazuo Ishiguro wanted to be a songwriter, archive reveals"

Austin American-Statesman

"Ransom Center honors Texas artist Frank Reaugh with a major exhibit"

Texas Highways

"Frank Reaugh: Landscapes of Texas and the American West"

Wall Street Journal

"New Email Archive Tool to Sift Literary Legacies"


Literary treasures from the Harry Ransom Center – in pictures"

Paris Review

"Supplication to the Muses on a Trying Day"


"Jack London's Candid 1903 Advice to Writers Trying to Get Into Print"


"Project REVEAL: The Harry Ransom Center takes a huge digital step forward"

Atlanta's NPR station

"Project REVEAL Unveils The Private Pages Of Famous Writers"

Austin American-Statesman

"Ransom Center provides free online access to over 22,000 images of literary collections"


"Ransom Center initiative provides free access to more than 22,000 images of collection materials"


"Railroads, Chattanooga, Google Earth, More: Tuesday Morning Buzz, June 30th, 2015"


"The Ultimate Literary Guide To America"


"This Is Himmler's Copy of Hitler's Mein Kampf"

Washington Post

"Ben Bradlee's estate donates his papers to University of Texas" archive


"Quips, digs and movie worries in papers from Washington Post's" Bradlee

Austin American-Statesman

"Ben Bradlee archive donated to the UT's Ransom Center"

Associated Press

"University of Texas Ransom Center gets archive of Ben Bradlee, late editor of Washington Post"


"How Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Stays Modern"

Theatre Library Association

"Harry Ransom Center Announces New Curator of Theater and Performing Arts"


"Why You Must See Harry Ransom Center's Fantastic Collections"

New York Times

"For 'Alice in Wonderland' Milestone, a Stampede Down the Rabbit Hole"


"Think You Know Alice In Wonderland? This Exhibition Reveals Her Dalliances With Dali And Nabokov"

Texas Standard

"Down the Rabbit Hole: The Universal Appeal of 'Alice in Wonderland'"

The Globe and Mail

"The time for old Hollywood is now"

Daily Beast

"How Lewis Carroll Invented Surrealism"

20 Minutos

"Cumple 150 años el libro infantil más 'chiflado' e influyente, 'Alicia en el País de las Maravillas'"


"'Alice in Wonderland' at 150: More than child's play and tea parties"

Art Daily

"Sesquicentennial exhibition brings to life Lewis Carroll's book 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'"

Los Angeles NPR station KPCC

"Inside the Gabriel García Márquez archive: Nobel speech, a letter to Gandhi and old Mac computers"

Indie Wire

"The Battle for Hollywood Archives"

Liz Smith

"Monday mash-up -- Stevie Nicks ... Jessica Lange ... Joan Rivers ... 'Alice in Wonderland'"

New York Times

"Grain by Wood Grain, a Movable Feast: Artists Find an Audience for Painstaking Letterpress Printing"

New York Times

"A Girl Turns 150, and Fans Take Note"

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