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Labyrinths
Jorge Luis Borges
If Jorge Luis Borges had been a computer scientist, he probably would have invented hypertext and the World Wide Web. Instead, being a librarian and one of the world's most widely read people, he became the leading practitioner of a densely layered imaginistic writing style that has been imitated throughout this century, but has no peer (tho Umberto Eco sometimes comes close). His stories are redolent with an intelligence, wealth of invention and a tight, almost mathematically formal style that challenge with mysteries and paradoxes revealed only after several readings. Highly recommended to anyone who wants their imagination & intellect to be aswarm with philosophical plots, compelling conundrums and a wealth of real & imagined literary references derived from an infinitely imaginary library.
Averroes' Search (1964) • shortfiction
Death & the Compass (1961) • shortfiction
Deutsches Requiem (1958) • shortfiction
Emma Zunz (1964) • shortfiction
Funes the Memorious • story
Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote • story
Story of the Warrior & the Captive (1964) • shortfiction
The Babylon Lottery (1959) • story
The Circular Ruins (1940) • story
The Form of the Sword • shortfiction
The Garden of Forking Paths (1948) story
The God's Script (1964) • shortfiction
The House of Asterion (1964) • shortfiction
The Immortal (1966) • story
The Library of Babel • story
The Secret Miracle (1956) • shortfiction
The Sect of the Phoenix • shortfiction
The Theologians (1964) • shortfiction
The Waiting (1959) • shortfiction
The Zahir (1950) • shortfiction
Theme of the Traitor & Hero • shortfiction
Three Versions of Judas • shortfiction
Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius (1961) • shortstory
Preface • essay by André Maurois
Introduction • essay by J.E. Irby
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