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Jorge Luis Borges

Jorge Luis Borges (author page at Amazon) was born in Buenos Aires on August 24, 1899. He died on June 14, 1986 in Geneva—where, he wrote, he had felt “mysteriously happy”—and is buried in the Cemetery of Kings there. (updated 7/2009)

A Master in Montreal: A 1968 Interview with Jorge Luis Borges” by Don Bell appeared in AGNI 52.

AGNI has published the following work by Jorge Luis Borges:

Ars Poetica (translated from the Spanish by Jim Powell)
Draft of “El Poeta Declara Su Nombradía”
The Enigmas (translated from the Spanish by Robert Mezey and Richard Barnes)
Flowing or Being (translated from the Spanish by Robert Mezey and Richard Barnes)
Heraclitus (translated from the Spanish by Thomas Frick)
Heraclitus (translated from the Spanish by Thomas Frick)
June 1968 (translated from the Spanish by Thomas Frick)
Luke XXIII (translated from the Spanish by Robert Mezey and Richard Barnes)
The Poet Declares His Fame (translated from the Spanish by Alan Dugan)


and read more

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