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  1. Collected Fictions by Jorge Luis Borges, 1999-09-01
  2. Ficciones (Esenciales) (Spanish Edition) by Jorge Luis Borges, 2008-05-01
  3. Borges: Selected Poems by Jorge Luis Borges, 2000-04-01
  4. Labyrinths (New Directions Paperbook) by Jorge Luis Borges, 2007-05-17
  5. Historia de la eternidad by Borges, Jorge Luis, et all 1971
  6. The Book of Imaginary Beings (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition) by Jorge Luis Borges, 2006-09-26
  7. Ficciones (BIBLIOTECA BORGES) (Spanish Edition) by Jorge Luis Borges, 1997-01-01
  8. Antología poética 1923-1977 by Jorge Luis Borges, Jorge Luis Borges, 1997
  9. The Book of Sand and Shakespeare's Memory (Penguin Classics) by Jorge Luis Borges, 2007-12-18
  10. On Argentina (Penguin Classics) by Jorge Luis Borges, 2010-06-29
  11. A Personal Anthology by Jorge Luis Borges, 1994-01-14
  12. On Writing (Penguin Classics) by Jorge Luis Borges, 2010-06-29
  13. The Aleph and Other Stories (Penguin Classics) by Jorge Luis Borges, 2004-07-27
  14. Borges: Selected Non-Fictions by Jorge Luis Borges, 2000-11-01

1. Jorge Luis Borges, Writer
Jorge Luis Borges 1899 1986 Original Short Fiction. Borges, Jorge Luis, The New YorkerPlayboy. Collections of Short Fiction, Etc. Borges, Jorge Luis,
Jorge Luis Borges
Original Short Fiction Borges, Jorge Luis,
The New Yorker

Collections of Short Fiction, Etc.
Borges, Jorge Luis,
Book-of-the Month Club, New York, 1964.
Borges, Jorge Luis,
The New Yorker
Borges, Jorge Luis,
This Craft of Verse: The Charles Eliot Norton Lectures, 1967-1968, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2000. ISBN: 0-674-00820-0
Sources of Biographical and Bibliographical Information
Irby, James E., Introduction, in Book-of-the Month Club, New York, 1964.
Preface, in Book-of-the Month Club, New York, 1964.
Reid, Alastair, Neruda and Borges, in The New Yorker,
Anthologies of Short Fiction Edited
Borges, Jorge Luis, Silvina Ocampo, and A. Bioy Casares (eds.),
The Book of Fantasy
Viking, New York, 1988.

2. Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986) Argentine Writer.
(18991986) Argentine writer. Jorge Luis Borges is an important 20th-century writer, famous for his essays, translations, short stories, and other works.
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  • (1899-1986) Argentine writer. Jorge Luis Borges is an important 20th-century writer, famous for his essays, translations, short stories, and other works.
    The Inescapable Labyrinths of Jorge Luis Borges
    Jorge Luis Borges was born Buenos Aires in 1899, and he received a world-class education in Europe that brought him into contact with many influential writers and thinkers who by comparison now exist as mere footnotes to Borges, because what he brought to his learning was a mind so searching, so curious, and so infinitely agile that he was seemingly capable of anything.
    Jorge Luis Borges Quotes
    Jorge Luis Borges is an important literary figure of the 20th century. He was a poet, essayist, translator, letter writer, and short story writer. Authors like Cervantes, Kafka and Chesterton are known influences on his works. Here are a few quotes from Jorge Luis Borges. Free Classic Literature Newsletter!

    3. Jorge Luis Borge - Biografie
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    Borges, Jorge Luis
    Argentinischer Schriftsteller, einer der wichtigsten Vertreter der modernen lateinamerikanischen Literatur. In seinen phantastischen Erzhlungen antizipierte er entscheidende Grundzge der Postmoderne und schuf ein enzyklopdisches Universum, das mythische Vorstellungen mit solchen einer rationalistischen Logik verbindet. 1. LEBEN
    Borges wurde am 24. August 1899 als Sohn eines Anwalts und Psychologiedozenten in Buenos Aires geboren. 1914 bersiedelte er mit seinem zunehmend erblindenden Vater und der Mutter nach Genf, wo er als Lehrer fr Deutsch, Franzsisch und Latein seinen Lebensunterhalt bestritt. Auf einer Reise nach Mallorca und Spanien entstanden erste, grtenteils verschollene Essays und Gedichte. 1921 kehrte Borges nach Buenos Aires zurck: Hier wurde er Beitrger zahlreicher Literaturzeitschriften und initiierte die Wandzeitung Prisma.

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    6. Borges, Jorge Luis
    Jorge Luis Borges in Mythic Buenos Aires March 10, 2008 Knife fights and backdoor Tango joints used to dot the cobblestone barrio where Jorge Luis Borges once lived.

    7. Borges: Garden Of Forking Paths - Author Homepage
    The Garden of Forking Paths is the most comprehensive Jorge Luis Borges resource on the Web.
    Welcome to the Garden of Forking Paths, one of the most intriguing areas of the Libyrinth of Allexamina. Here you will find access to the garden planted by J.L. Borges, the Argentine writer, poet and philosopher. Although I tend the garden as well as I can, beware: among these sprawling labyrinths you will find illusions most seductive and truths most elusive. Let me show you around.
    unusual tiger.... A Poem by Oscar Wilde The Zahir and I Secret Images Fuentes on Borges ... Intricate Puzzle Miami Herald . Christine Dolan discusses Blind Date with Mario Diament. Forking Paths Miami New Times Blind Date
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    Borges: A Life
    Borges Poster

    A New Universal History of Infamy

    I, unfortunately, am Borges

    A brief biography of Borges, with a timeline and an explanation of historical events that helped shape his writing. Games with time and infinity
    A complete bibliography, with a short synopsis and review of his major works. Includes collaborations, poetry, and works available only in Spanish.

    8. Jorge Luis Borges - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Jorge Francisco Isidoro Luis Borges Acevedo (August 24, 1899 – June 14, 1986), best known as Jorge Luis Borges, was an Argentine writer, essayist, and poet born in Buenos
    Jorge Luis Borges
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search "Borges" redirects here. For other uses, see Borges (disambiguation) Jorge Luis Borges
    Borges in 1951, by Grete Stern Born Jorge Francisco Isidoro Luis Borges Acevedo
    24 August 1899
    Buenos Aires
    Argentina Died 14 June 1986
    Switzerland Occupation Writer, poet, critic, librarian Language Spanish Influences Schopenhauer G. K. Chesterton Stevenson De Quincey ... William Blake Influenced César Aira Paul Auster Paulo Coelho Jean Baudrillard ... William Gibson Jorge Francisco Isidoro Luis Borges Acevedo (August 24, 1899 – June 14, 1986), best known as Jorge Luis Borges [ˈxorxe ˈlwiz ˈβorxes] ), was an Argentine writer, essayist, and poet born in Buenos Aires . In 1914 his family moved to Switzerland where he attended school and traveled to Spain . On his return to Argentina in 1921, Borges began publishing his poems and essays in surrealist literary journals. He also worked as a librarian and public lecturer. In 1955 he was appointed director of the National Public Library Biblioteca Nacional ) and professor of Literature at the University of Buenos Aires . In 1961 he came to international attention when he received the first International Publishers' Prize, the

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    10. The Secret Books
    A photographic tribute to Borges.

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    12. Fundacin San Telmo
    Presentation of the publications from this scholarly collection. Mostly in Spanish, accepts queries in English.

    13. Borges, Jorge Luis Quotes On Quotations Book
    Jorge Luis Borges (x.xe lwis b.xs) (August 24, 1899 June 14, 1986) was an Argentine writer who is considered to be one of the foremost writers of the 20th century.

    14. Borges, Jorge Luis Definition Of Borges, Jorge Luis In The Free Online Encyclope
    Borges, Jorge Luis (h r`hā l ēs` b r`hās), 1899–1986, Argentine poet, critic, and shortstory writer, b. Buenos Aires. Borges has been widely hailed as the foremost, Jorge Luis

    15. Borges, Jorge Luis 1899-1986 [WorldCat Identities]
    Key Publications about Jorge Luis Borges Publications by Jorge Luis Borges Publications by Jorge Luis Borges, published posthumously.
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    16. Jorge Luis Borges | Books |
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    17. Borges Jorge Luis: Free Encyclopedia Articles At Online Library
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    18. Borges, Jorge Luis - Definition From Longman English Dictionary Online
    Definition of Borges, Jorge Luis from the Longman Online Dictionary of Contemporary English. The Longman English Dictionary provides support and resources for those who want to

    19. The Circular Ruins Jorge Luis Borges
    Text of Borges short story.
    The Circular Ruins
    The purpose which guided him was not impossible, though supernatural. He wanted to dream a man; he wanted to dream him in minute entirety and impose him on reality. This magic project had exhausted the entire expanse of his mind; if someone had asked him his name or to relate some event of his former life, he would not have been able to give an answer. This uninhabited, ruined temple suited him, for it is contained a minimum of visible world; the proximity of the workmen also suited him, for they took it upon themselves to provide for his frugal needs. The rice and fruit they brought him were nourishment enough for his body, which was consecrated to the sole task of sleeping and dreaming. At first, his dreams were chaotic; then in a short while they became dialectic in nature. The stranger dreamed that he was in the center of a circular amphitheater which was more or less the burnt temple; clouds of taciturn students filled the tiers of seats; the faces of the farthest ones hung at a distance of many centuries and as high as the stars, but their features were completely precise. The man lectured his pupils on anatomy, cosmography, and magic: the faces listened anxiously and tried to answer understandingly, as if they guessed the importance of that examination which would redeem one of them from his condition of empty illusion and interpolate him into the real world. Asleep or awake, the man thought over the answers of his phantoms, did not allow himself to be deceived by imposters, and in certain perplexities he sensed a growing intelligence. He was seeking a soul worthy of participating in the universe.

    20. The Zahir
    Text of Borges short story.
    The Zahir by Mark Jason Dominus
    My friend Borges once described a Zahir, which in Buenos Aires in 1939 was a coin, a ten-centavo piece, with the letters `N' and `T' and the numeral `2' scratched crudely in the obverse. Whomsoever saw this coin was consumed by it, in a manner of speaking, and could think of nothing else, until at last their personality ceased to exist, and they were reduced to a babbling corpse with nothing to talk about but the coin, the coin, always the coin. To have one's mind devoured by coins, that is a terrible fate, although one which is common enough in these mercenary times. But to have one's mind devoured by the thought of a coin, that is strange and far more terrible. With such stories as these Borges kept me awake at night, to keep him company when he could not sleep. I had arrived in Uruguay on a tramp steamer from Cuba and had tried to work my way down the country to the Argentina, where I would stay with Borges. But my money was nearly exhausted when I reached the Fray Bentos and I used the last of it to send a message to Borges, begging him to come help me. But he was detained by the press of his librarianship, and could not take enough time off at such short notice to come and get me. And so it happened that I lived for two weeks in a small town in Argentina with an insane cripple named Ireneo Funes. I kept his cottage tidy and cooked for him and assisted him in all things, in return for sleeping in his corner and eating some of what I cooked. The woman who normally took care of him, Maria Fuente, was eager for a vacation, even a brief one. Funes was an irritating roommate. He spoke little, and when he did it did not make any sense. He would spend hours staring at a single object: his hand, a crack in the plaster, the tobacco in the end of his cigarette. I learned, as the days passed with no word from my friends, that he had become crippled in a riding accident some time before and that he was dying of tuberculosis, a frequent affliction of the bedridden.

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