Ambrose Bierce, Hart Crane, Arthur Cravan, B. Traven / Ret Marut (or whatever his name was), – it seems that Mexico is the perfect place for authors who want to vanish without traces.
Ambrose Bierce: The Enlarged Devil’s Dictionary, Penguin Classics 2001
Carlos Fuentes: The Old Gringo, translated by Margaret Sayers Peden, Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2007 – a biographical novel about Bierce’s mysterious disppearence in Mexico
Works of Arthur Cravan, translated by A.G. O’Meara, CreateSpace 2014
The Complete Poems of Hart Crane, Centennial Edition 2001
B. Traven: Ich kenne das Leben in Mexiko. Briefe an John Schikowski 1925-1932, Limes 1982 (=I know about life in Mexico. Letters to John Schikowski 1925-1932)
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