American translator of Spanish literature, Frances M. López-Morillas, Died at 100

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Frances López-Morillas, née Frances Elinor Mapes was born on September 3, 1918, and died on November 6, 2018.

She was an American translator of Spanish literature into English.

She was the female child of Erwin Kempton Mapes, who was likewise a conspicuous researcher of Spanish-dialect writing.

López-Morillas was hitched to the prominent Hispanic researcher Juan López-Morillas from 1937 till his passing in 1997.

López-Morillas was the interpreter of various Spanish works of art, including works by Pérez Galdós, Camilo José Cela, Miguel Delibes, and Jorge Luis Borges.

Frances López-Morillas passed at 100 years old in Providence, Rhode Island.

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