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is unusual about the way Borges recites these lines? (Would you recite them that way?)" I knew ... ing everything he has ever said about "the verbal music of English"; not just ...
art, Borges' work is chiefly about itself, that is, about art itself; like many ...
of his novel aesthetics of reading. Borges himself tends to speak with irony about his philosophical ... for what is singular and marvelous about them. (Ol, 189) 109 Issue 25 page ...
monstrous about them. Then Bioy Casares recalled that one of the heresiarchs of Uqbar had declared ... to coincide with what Emma Zunz felt in the act of being raped. What Gaspar Camerarius- Heraclitus felt about ...
a discussion with don Jorge about the meaning of an oracular phrase of San Martin, Argentina's ... of irony. Per¬ haps don Jorge was skeptical also about his son's literary gifts. Perhaps he ...
it to madness if it thought about it in the light of what it knew." 37 So no matter how different ... as recollection, as anamnesis."38 There is a mo¬ ment in Borges' tale when the magician is about ...
the sickness of the time under the guise of a story about cancer. It provides a means of public double-talk ... itself known, set in? Are we all agreed about the common "meaning" which ...
to come, he is saying about fiction as a mode of knowledge. In "An Imperial Message," ... That it is "whispered" on a deathbed suggests that there is something pro¬ foundly confidential about all knowledge; ...
in the remarkably underrated At Swim Two Birds—a novel about a man writing a novel about characters who get free ...
of the senses, of the realization— brought about in "Vain Words" by the perception of an encom¬ ... continuity into a poem brings about equally the consciousness of the limited self as the manipulator ...

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