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by Manuel Ferrer

Free eBook Borges y la Nada (Monografías A) download ISBN: 0900411171
Author: Manuel Ferrer
Publisher: Tamesis Books; 1st edition (January 1, 1970)
Language: English
Pages: 3060
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism
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As Manuel Benavides noted in his essay Borges y la Metafisica, 'We dream of. .The general Facundo Quiroga, the legendary figure from the book by Don Domingo Facundo Sarmiento, is introduced in this story.

As Manuel Benavides noted in his essay Borges y la Metafisica, 'We dream of infinity, but attaining it - in space and time, in memory and consciousness - would destroy u. Borges seems to have seen himself as a monk-like figure, dedicating his life to understanding while placing 3 restrictions on earthly experience. Borges and his family were Unitarians and their ideals and their disgust at any show of cowardice are in evidence in this story.

Borges' father, Jorge Guillermo Borges Haslam, had been a close companion to Macedonio and attended law school with hi.

Borges' father, Jorge Guillermo Borges Haslam, had been a close companion to Macedonio and attended law school with him. Upon graduating law school, Macedonio, the elder Borges, and companion Julio Molina y Vedia hatched a plan to found a utopian colony based on the anarchist principles of Élisée Reclus. Borges and other members of the generación martinfierrista were drawn to Macedonio as a mentor and figurehead who could serve as an anchor to the nascent Buenos Aires avant-garde and a foil to Leopoldo Lugones, leader of the modernista movement of a generation earlier.

Jorge Luis Borges wrote, "as most of my people had been soldiers and I knew I would . me dio a la vez los libros y la noche. No one should read self-pity or reproach.

Jorge Luis Borges wrote, "as most of my people had been soldiers and I knew I would never be, I felt ashamed, quite early, to be a bookish kind of person and not a man of action. The book includes two types of writing: the first lies somewhere between non-fictional essays and short stories, using fictional techniques to tell essentially true stories. Into this statement of the majesty.

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Al otro, a Borges, es a quien le ocurren las cosas. Spinoza entendió que todas las cosas quieren perseverar en su ser; la piedra eternamente quiere ser piedra y el tigre un tigre. Yo camino por Buenos Aires y me demoro, acaso ya mecánicamente, para mirar el arco de un zaguán y la puerta cancel; de Borges. Nada me cuesta confesar que ha logrado ciertas páginas válidas, pero esas páginas no me pueden salvar, quizá porque lo bueno ya no es de nadie, ni siquiera del otro, sino del lenguaje o la tradición. Por lo demás, yo estoy destinado a perderme, definitivamente, y sólo algún instante de mi podrá sobrevivir en el otro.

FERRER, M.: BORGES Y LA NADA. LONDON, 1971, 206 p. Encuadernacion original. Nuevo.