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  • 'Summer was drawing to a close, and I realized that the book was monstrous.' Fantastical tales of mazes, puzzles, lost labyrinths and bookish mysteries, from the unique imagination of a literary magician. Penguin Modern: fifty new books celebrating...


  • This booklet contains English versions of The Rejected Sorcerer aka El Brujo Postergado (short story) The Library of Babel" (short story) "The Babylonian Lottery" (short story) "The Circular Ruins" (short story) "The Card-Trick" (verse) "A Patio" (ve...


  • Wash Your Needless Soda Down as Anton is issue 3 of 4ink7. Contributors include Sybil Baker, Terry Barr, Jorge Luis Borges, Ashley Chambers, Sheldon Lee Compton, Jack Harvey, Monica Hileman, Kaitlin Jennrich, Carrie Meadows, Charles O'Hay, Chad Prevo...


  • After almost a half a century of scrupulous devotion to his art, Jorge Luis Borges personally compiled this anthology of his work -- short stories, essays, poems, and brief mordant "sketches," which, in Borges’s hands, take on the dimensions of a g...


  • In this collection of wise, witty and fascinating essays, Borges discusses the existence (or non-existence) of Hell, the flaws in English literary detectives, the philosophy of contradictions, and the many translators of 1001 Nights. Varied and enthr...


  • A pocket-sized Pearls edition of some of Borges’ best fictions and essays.Everything and Nothing collects the best of Borges’ highly influential work―written in the 1930s and ‘40s―that foresaw the internet (“Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius”...


  • A collection drawn from Jorge Luis Borges' lectures. The incomparable Borges delivered these seven lectures in Buenos Aires in 1977; attendees were treated to Borges’ erudition on the following topics: Dante’s The Divine Comedy, Nightmares, Thous...


  • At the age of seventy, after a gap of twenty years, Jorge Luis Borges returned to writing short stories. In Brodie’s Report, he returned also to the style of his earlier years with its brutal realism, nightmares, and bloodshed. Many of these storie...


  • In his writing, Borges always combined high seriousness with a wicked sense of fun. Here he reveals his delight in re-creating (or making up) colorful stories from the Orient, the Islamic world, and the Wild West, as well as his horrified fascination...






  • Indulging in out-of-the-way erudition, Borges mined sources ancient and modern to compile this miscellany of 120 creatures of the imagination, from the A Bao A Qu that inhabits the first step of an Indian staircase to the living island of Zaratan. Tr...


  • One of the most remarkable artists of our age mario vargas llosa the book of sand was the last of borges major collections to be published the stories are, in his words, variations on favourite themes combining a plain and at times almost colloquial ...


  • 'Nobody before Borges had ever attempted this strange and wonderful mixture of arcana, popular literature, national myth, the nature of time and classical themes. Now we can see it in all its intense and disturbing brilliance, certain that we will ne...


  • For the first time in English, all the fiction by the writer who has been called the greatest Spanish-language writer of our century collected in a single volume From Jorge Luis Borges s 1935 debut withThe Universal History of Iniquity, through his ...


  • Este volumen reúne dieciocho relatos de Jorge Luis Borges, entre ellos quizá los más elogiados y repetidamente citados. Tanto El inmortal como Los teólogos, Deutsches Requiem y La espera muestran las posibilidades ...



  • `Here is a handsome edition of one of Borges' ficciones, in a translation first published in Labyrinths in 1962. It's an important story in the Borges' canon, incorporating most of the author's philosophical and esthetic preoccupations in a typically...





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    "Dreamtigers has been heralded as one of the literary masterpieces of the twentieth century by Mortimer J. Adler, editor of Great Books of the Western World. It has been acknowledged by its author as his most personal work. Composed of poems, parab...