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Lovecraft, Arthur Schopenhauer, G. Tristan Sailor rated it did not like it Aug 15, What’s to say of this book? He also lectured prolifically.

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That dude sure likes labyrinths huh. Danni Olusanya rated it did not like it Jun 02, I really adore Borges’ writing, it’s whimsical and really masterful, and I really enjoyed these little stories. In Summation, the book is a Puzzle which shows many forking paths as Yu Tsun, the traitor seeks out a way to expose the city where war is going to start.

Refresh and try again. He reflected in a simple manner that Nothing happens to sedneros man in Past or future, but precisely now. But being younger, I would prefer not to remember this one in the other. In some versions of the story a life goes one direction, in another it goes a different direction.

In spite of being unable to decode every sentence in a book, I felt the happiness of decoding of decoding that he is like other philosophers, who are trying to unravel the mysteries of the universe. A reader, at some point in time during reading the book, realizes: Thanks for telling us about the problem.


This involved two types of pieces. Instead, they lived in the then suburb of Palermo, famous for its knife-fights, where urban space gave way to the countryside.

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This was a decent little book to read in a few hours and kill some time. The second consisted of literary forgeries, which Borges initially passed off as translations of passages from famous but seldom-read works. Chesterton, Leopoldo Lugones, and R.

Borges was fluent in several languages. The following year he received the National Prize for Literature from the University of Cuyo, the first of many honorary doctorates. Translated from the Spanish by Jennifer Acker. The story was interesting and was entertaining too.

Erik rated it really liked it Sep 18, Of course there is a deeper meaning to the story, as is the case for all of the short stories in this collection, but again Borges uses the theme of time and the infinite. Thereafter, he lived alone in the small flat he had shared with her, cared for by Fanny, their housekeeper of many decades.

The Outlaw Poetry Network. Want to Read saving…. The works of a peculiar imagination! In a number of essays and lectures, Borges assessed the art of translation, and articulated his own sl at the same time.

El jardín de senderos que se bifurcan: un cuento de la guerra

In the Borges family went to Europe and bifurdan until because of World War I and domestic unrest in neutral Argentina.


Cambridge, Massachusetts and London, England: Josiah Pywtorak rated it did not like it Mar 15, His prose is a lot like a dream – you never know exactly how you got there, but it’s still so magical and immersive.

I got very strong Bioshock Infinite vibes from the concept, which is always a good thing, and it also put me in mind of the superb Doctor Who episode called The Girl Who Waited – both of these, of course, came into being long after this short story was published, which makes it all the more aue for still being so intriguing zenderos all the spins various media have done on its base premise. Drowning in the flood of tears bifurxan regrets.

Published by Sur first published Like his contemporary Vladimir Nabokov and the older James Joyce, he combined an interest in his native land with far broader perspectives. There was the cat, asleep. A more reasonable, more inept, and more lazy man, I have chosen to write notes on imaginary books. During Christmas EveBorges suffered a severe head wound: He knows just how to twist things in the style of magical realism to the point that the world he crafts is recognizable yet wholly unfamiliar.