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Author: Emir Rodriguez Monegal,Alistair Reid,Jorge Luis Borges
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Title: Borges: A Reader: A Selection from the Writings of Jorge Luis Borges
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Publisher: Plume / Dutton; 1st edition (September 29, 1981)

Borges: A Reader: A Selection from the Writings of Jorge Luis Borges by Emir Rodriguez Monegal,Alistair Reid,Jorge Luis Borges



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Borges, Jorge Luis,, Rodriguez Monegal, Emir. 1981) Borges, a reader :a selection from the writings of Jorge Luis Borges New York : Dutton, MLA Citation. Borges, Jorge Luis,, Rodriguez Monegal, Emir. Reid, Alastair,Borges, A Reader: A Selection From The Writings Of Jorge Luis Borges. New York : Dutton, 1981. Writer: Young poet's voice: Dawn - General Quiroga rides to his death in a carriage - Manuscript found in a book of Joseph Conrad - Mythical founding of Buenos Aires - Horse-wagon inscriptions - Isidoro Acevedo - Recoleta - Rediscovering fiction: Palerma, Buenos Aires - Vindication of the cabala - Vindication of Basilides the False - Our inadequacies - Postulation of reality - Narrative art and magic - Elements of rhetoric - Dread Redeemer Lzarus.

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Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote" (original Spanish title: "Pierre Menard, autor del Quijote") is a short story by Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges. It originally appeared in Spanish in the Argentine journal Sur in May 1939.

I doubt that you will find this particular collection of Borges' writings except maybe in the dark corner of a library or in a musky old bookstore but feel quite confident that any of his collections will do. A gifted writer of poetry and prose oft ignored outside of South America, Borges was widely read and deeply insightful, deftly quoting anything from Cervantes to Nietzche to Whitman to Hermes. In 1955, he was appointed director of the National Public Library (Biblioteca Nacional) and professor of Literature at the University of Buenos Aires.

Nueve ensayos dantescos. Incapable of comprehending reality, he wrote self-reflective, involuted, ironic, or ludic stories, that become continuous dialogues with nothingness, where reality and dream are indistinguishable.

In his eighties at the time of publication, Jorge Luis Borges had come into English in haphazard fashion, so that the growing numbers of his readers had to track him down through a confusion of incomplete collections, to piece him together from a set of displaced parts. Although Borges is celebrated for certain stories, certain poems, certain essays, even for certain words and phrases, these are all facets of an unmistakable whole, the Borges whom many consider to be the writer of our time. This book includes a number of earlier pieces never before translated, some of them not collected even in Spanish, and moves, as Borges moved, through his more fantastic work to a later realism. Besides the commentary, which sets the pieces in the context of Borges's writing life, the book has a bio-bibliography, and notes on all the pieces chosen, which point out to the reader the web of interconnections and recurring themes woven by Borges's work. The essential one-volume Borges, this book is an unequaied introduction to the work of the master.