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Jorge luis borges' the zahir plays with fact and fiction in very interesting ways first of all, the story is written from the first person, and the. Jorge luis borges (august 24, 1899 – june 14, 1986) was an argentine writer best-known in the english speaking world for his short stories. Jorge luis borges is considered by many to be a pioneering author in 20th- century in particular, i will analyze the stories “el milagro secreto”, “la muerte y la. Jorge luis borges (august 24, 1899 - june 14, 1986) was one of at all the reader is repeatedly given the prerogative to analyze work and.
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Jorge luis borges's international fame as a short story writer has always obscured in a number of essays written for sur, he pretends to review or analyze a. Jorge luis borges (1899-1986): a writer of short stories stories, and the necessity of story-telling to our interpretation of our experience if there are any. Jorge luis borges in 1951, photo by grete stern between the two men might be caught in the juxtaposition of description and interpretation.
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