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Ocampo, Victoria

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Argentine essayist, 1890-1989, founder of the magazine Sur in 1930

Fishburn and Hughes: An Argentine writer, an eminent figure on the Latin American literary scene. Between 1931 and 1970 she was the editor of Sur, a literary review which published Aldous Huxley, D.H. Lawrence, Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus, as well as her compatriots and contemporaries, including Borges. She published most of her own writings in Testimonios, a series which began in 1935. They are brief essays on various subjects approached with insight and a perception of the fantastic. Elegant and aristocratic, Ocampo was one of the first Latin American feminists, and fought to uphold the rights of women authors; her 'Letter to Virginia' documents her beliefs.