Fictions de Jorge Luis Borges by Encyclopaedia Universalis download in iPad, pdf, ePub
By the late s, he had become completely blind. They wrote a number of works together, some under the nom de plume H. Through it, Borges arguably invented the hypertext novel and went on to describe a theory of the universe based upon the structure of such a novel.
Borges Haslam grew up speaking English at home. Borges indignantly refused, calling it a ridiculous demand. There is sadness there too, at the thought of those who would treat such mazes as homes, at the machinations of fate. Fighting these sad monotonies is one of the duties of a writer. In that year, Borges began lecture tours of Europe.
Yu Tsun, who spies for Germany during World War I, in an attempt to prove to the authorities that an Asian person is able to obtain the information that they seek. Borges is fascinated by the concept that if something has been thought about, has acquired meaning through that contemplation, then that something has become real.
The family frequently traveled to Europe. His work modifies our conception of the past, as it will modify the future. Magic realism and exploration of universal truths, they argued, had come at the cost of responsibility and seriousness in the face of society's problems.
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