Buenos Aires: Editorial Futuro, S.R.L., 1947. First Argentine, and first Spanish language Edition. Octavo. Translated by Floreal Mazía. The availability of Faulkner's work in Spanish contributed to the rise of magical realism and the boom in Latin American Literature, inspiring writers such as Julio Córtazar and Mario Vargas Llosa. Tear to the top of the front endpaper, some pages still uncut (others a bit roughly cut), paper browned with age, still a crisp, near fine copy in pale green yapped wrappers (some loss at bottom edge), in the good paper jacket, complete, but noticeably water stained, especially at the verso.