Maria Jolas  

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Maria Jolas, born Maria McDonald (Louisville, Kentucky, January 12, 1893, – March 4, 1987 in Paris, France) was one of the founding members of transition in Paris, France with her husband Eugene Jolas.

Jolas also translated many works including Gaston Bachelard's The Poetics of Space.





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