Hunter's Cooperman Library owns the following books about the author
To find books about Sabato at other CUNY libraries, try an advanced search in OneSearch set to "CUNY Libraries."
In the first line of search filters, select, "Subject" and "contains" and try one of the following subject headings:
With your Hunter OneCard, you are allowed to visit other CUNY libraries and borrow their books. (Fall 2021: if you'd like to visit another CUNY library, check with that library first to make sure their campus and library are open to students from other CUNY colleges and whether there are any special COVID19 policies or procedures in place). Or click on the blue "Request a copy" button to have the book sent from another CUNY campus to Hunter (allow 4-7 days for delivery), where you can pick it up at the Circulation Desk near the exit on the 3rd floor of Cooperman Library. You will receive an email when the book is available.
New York Public Library:
Click here to search for books on Ernesto Sabato at the New York Public Library. If you don't have an NYPL card, click here for information on how to apply for one.
Search the WorldCat catalog for books in libraries throughout the US and the world. Try entering "Ernesto Sabato" in the keyword field, then narrowing the results to books.
Click on a title to see more information about the book. If Hunter and/or CUNY own a copy, this will be indicated. If not, click on the blue "Find it @ CUNY" button, and you will be given the option to order a copy through our Interlibrary Loan service.
About Interlibrary Loan:
If you need a book that Hunter doesn't own, and no other CUNY library owns a copy, you can request it through our InterLibrary Loan (ILL) service, free of charge to Hunter students, staff, and faculty. Undergraduate Hunter students are allowed 5 interlibrary loans at one time. Keep in mind that the book must be physically shipped to Hunter from somewhere else, so in most cases this takes at least a week.
You can also use InterLibrary Loan to request any article or book chapter that the Hunter Libraries don't own. These are delivered to you electronically in pdf format, and generally arrive much more quickly.