The Fundación Shakespeare Argentina (FSA)—with the sponsorship of the Spanish Cultural Center in Buenos Aires (CCEBA) and the support of the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture, and Development—organized a special homage to the English author on the 400th anniversary of his death at the 42nd Buenos Aires International Book Fair. We were honored by the participation of Dr. Ángel Luis Pujante, Emeritus Professor of English Studies at the University of Murcia and the editor and translator of the brand new Editorial Espasa edition of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. It was a distinct pleasure to be joined by Dr. Pujante, one of this most recognized Shakespeare specialists and translators in the Spanish-speaking world, in Argentina to celebrate the great playwright. Flavia Pittella, literary journalist, also contributed greatly to our panel.

The event took place on May 8, 2016 at 8:00 pm in the Alfonsina Storni Room (The White Exhibition Hall) at the Palermo Fairgrounds.

The enthusiastic audience that gathered in the room had the opportunity to attend an unforgettable panel discussion, which revealed Dr. Pujante’s incredible dedication to Shakespeare and his thorough translation process.

To see more photos of the event:

You can find the article Pujante el gran especialista en Shakespeare (“Pujante the Great Shakespeare Specialist”) here, on the CCEBA website:

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