COMPLETE FICTIONS,
IN ENGLISH

Jorge Luis Borges

Born. Aug. 24, 1899, Buenos Aires, Argentina, died, June 14, 1986, Geneva, Switzerland. Argentine poet, essayist, and short-story writer whose works have become classics of 20th-century world literature


WWW LINKS ON BORGES

Please visit www.internetaleph.com for more Borges links and information

- A hundred years of Borges, a page by the Government of the Province of Buenos Aires (Spanish)

- Borges, 100 años at the Centro Virtual Cervantes. "This exhibition includes succint information about his life and works, as well as a series of articles by scholars and brief selections of his works"

- The Jorge Luis Borges page at Literatura Argentina Contemporánea (Spanish).

- Jorge Luis Borges Biography, Poetry and lots of quotes.

- Penguin's page on Borges' Collected Fictions

- The Fundación San Telmo's Borges Collection

- The Xul Solar Museum in Buenos Aires. Xul Solar was a personal friend as well as an artist that Borges admired: "A man well versed in all disciplines, curious about each and every mystery, father of alphabets, languages, utopias and mythologies, host of paradises and infernos, author, pan-chess player, and perfect astrologer in indulgent irony and generous friendship, Xul Solar is one of the most peculiar events of our times"

- The Jorge Luis Borges Center for Studies and Documentation at the University of Aarhus, Denmark. Includes a complete bibliography.

- The Garden of Forking Paths, a Jorge Luis Borges web site.

- A page on Borges' fictions, includes biography and criticism.

- Borges, the blind visionary

- Jorge Luis Borges Memorial, by Murilo Gun Araújo (in Portuguese)

- Fringeware's page, with a chronology, citations, and lots of links

- Encyclopaedia Britannica article on Borges

- Another Borges Biography

- Luigi Miriello's Page contains interesting information on Borges and Geneva.

- Harry Quiñones page with reading guides at the University of Puget Sound

- La biblioteca total, a CD-ROM sold by La Nación newspaper from Buenos Aires, Argentina

- Borges page at contenidos.com (Spanish)

 


“I have always come to life after coming to books.” - Jorge Luis Borges

 

Borges' collected fictions have been translated into English.

 

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BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA

 

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ARGENTINE WRITERS AND LITERATURE

 


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