Rafael Cansinos-AssénsRafael Cansinos Asséns (November 24, 1882 – July 6, 1964), born in Seville, was a Spanish poet, novelist, essayist, literary critic and translator.
Cansinos was a polyglot; he translated ''The Arabian Nights'' into Spanish, as well as the works of Dostoyevsky, and the complete works of Goethe and Shakespeare for the publisher Aguilar.
In the lectures he gave in 1967 at Harvard, Jorge Luis Borges mentioned him as one of his masters, and expressed wonder to the fact that he has been forgotten. Provided by Wikipedia
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