Kindle pamyatnik.pro ï Ficciones MOBI ¼

[PDF / Epub] ⚣ Ficciones ✈ Jorge Luis Borges – Pamyatnik.pro By common consent the Argentinian Jorge Luis Borges 18990 1986 is one of the greatest writers to have emerged from Latin America His finest work is Ficciones 1944 a collection of brilliantly crafted eBy common consent the Argentinian Jorge Luis Borges 18990 1986 is one of the greatest writers to have emerged from Latin America His finest work is Ficcione.

S 1944 a collection of brilliantly crafted essay like short stories This edition updated from the original 1976 edition by the same authors offers a compreh.

ficciones epub Ficciones PDF/EPUBS 1944 a collection of brilliantly crafted essay like short stories This edition updated from the original 1976 edition by the same authors offers a compreh.

Kindle pamyatnik.pro ï Ficciones MOBI ¼

Kindle pamyatnik.pro ï Ficciones MOBI ¼ Jorge Francisco Isidoro Luis Borges Acevedo usually referred to as Jorge Luis Borges Spanish pronunciation xoɾxe lwis boɾxes was an Argentine writer and poet born in Buenos Aires In 1914 his family moved to Switzerland where he attended school and traveled to Spain On his return to Argentina in 1921 Borges began publishing his poems and essays in Surrealist literary journals He also wo

10 thoughts on “Ficciones

  1. Jeffrey Keeten Jeffrey Keeten says:

    Kindle pamyatnik.pro ï Ficciones MOBI ¼ ficciones epub, Ficciones PDF/EPUB”The truth is I grew up in a garden behind lanceolate railings and in a library of unlimited English books” Jorge Luis BorgesJorge Luis Borges possibly one of the greatest readers of all time lost his eyesight later in life I believe the most terrible thing to have happen to a reader is to lose their ability to see Yes with Audible now making thousands of books available to be read to people a blind reader has not completely lost the way to their magical escape tunnels to other


  2. Florencia Florencia says:

    Kindle pamyatnik.pro ï Ficciones MOBI ¼ ficciones epub, Ficciones PDF/EPUBReading Borges is always a challenge When you read his stories it seems you are reading everyone else's There is a lot of references in his work and if you want to truly kind of understand it or begin to you have to do a little research He ends up being an invaluable teacher Labyrinths mirrors libraries dreams fantasy religion philosophy epistemology My love for philosophical literature began with this author My all time favorite story is “Las Ruinas Circulares”; the power of thoughts “Con alivio con humillación con terror comprendió ue él también era una apariencia ue otro estaba soñándolo” What a beautiful line to end a story I prefer uoting Borges in his own language my language I do the same with English speaking writers Being able to read JLB in Spanish is a privilegeTlön Ubar Orbis Tertius is another jewel with a line I never forgotlos espejos y la cópula son abominables porue multiplican el número de los hombresI als


  3. Jim Fonseca Jim Fonseca says:

    Kindle pamyatnik.pro ï Ficciones MOBI ¼ ficciones epub, Ficciones PDF/EPUBThe author is a master of mixing fantasy and philosophy He has been credited as a pioneer in magical realism in Latin American literature In this classic collection most stories are almost as much essays as they are short stories Recurring themes are non existent and ancient books Time Geometry Gnosticism Mirrors Encyclopedias Chess Labyrinths Imaginary worlds Memory and mnemonics Infinity in books libraries and labyrinths All possible outcomes like infinite universes in which every act and its result are mirrored by the opposite act and the


  4. mark monday mark monday says:

    Kindle pamyatnik.pro ï Ficciones MOBI ¼ ficciones epub, Ficciones PDF/EPUBBorges looked inside the swirling mind of man and made a maze of it A glorious maze The maze that is Ficciones is a maze built of mazes one opening unto another circling around and looping back an infinity of mazes small as the smallest of small minds large as the universe can be imagined Its architecture is delicate and refined; the wry wit of its creator is apparent in every twist and turn Borges' maze gently mocks yet empathizes with the self important the self absorbed and the self denying He understands the foibles of man and his maze offers diverse commentaries on such things But there are darker things lurking beneath that amiable surface; Ficciones is than an academician's cleverly constructed playground Beware the prickly thorns of this maze There is anger there under the charm and the playful games; anger at the systems of man and the futility of certain beha


  5. Fionnuala Fionnuala says:

    Kindle pamyatnik.pro ï Ficciones MOBI ¼ ficciones epub, Ficciones PDF/EPUBI've just finished the seventeenth and final story in this volume My symmetry loving self is pleased to note that I've been reading and rereading these seventeen Borges' stories for exactly seventeen days Incidentally Borges says reality favours symmetriesAnother symmetry which strikes me is that the seventeenth story mirrors the fifteenth story which is called The End though we might expect the seventeenth story to be called The End instead In any case the seventeenth story is packed with many of the elements I had noticed in the earlier stories which makes it the


  6. Michael Michael says:

    Kindle pamyatnik.pro ï Ficciones MOBI ¼ ficciones epub, Ficciones PDF/EPUBA series of laconic fantastical tales that provoke thought at every turn The collection’s made up of seventeen stories packed with irony metaphors and allusions to works of literature from a vast array of places and times but all the pieces have easy to understand concepts In one the writer allegorizes the universe as infinite library and in another he explores Argentinian identity through a man’s fantasy of a heroic death The work invites rereading


  7. Vit Babenco Vit Babenco says:

    Kindle pamyatnik.pro ï Ficciones MOBI ¼ ficciones epub, Ficciones PDF/EPUBTo me Fictions by Jorge Luis Borges is the ultimate anthology of short stories I find in it everything I ever want to find in literature reality and surreality realness and surrealness fables and parables legends and myths mysticism and philosophy history and fantasy and an endless enigmaI owe the discovery of Ubar to the conjunction of a mirror and an encyclopedia The mirror troubled the far end of a hallway in a large country house on Calle Gaona in Ramos Mejia; the encyclopedia is misleadingly titled The Anglo American Cyclopaedia New York 1917 and is a literal though also laggardly reprint of the 1902 Encyclopœdia Britannica The event took place about five years agoYes use a combination of mirrors labyrinths and books and you too will be capable to live an idyllic fabulous and mysterious life whenever you wish With one uick look you and I per


  8. Gaurav Gaurav says:

    Kindle pamyatnik.pro ï Ficciones MOBI ¼ ficciones epub, Ficciones PDF/EPUBedited on 270519 I now held in my hands a vast and systematic fragment of the entire history of an unknown planet with its architectures and its playing cards the horror of its mythologies and the murmur of its tongues its emperors and its seas its minerals and its birds and fishes its algebra and its fire its theological and the metaphysical controversies all joined articulated coherent and with no visible doctrinal purpose or


  9. Lizzy Lizzy says:

    Kindle pamyatnik.pro ï Ficciones MOBI ¼ ficciones epub, Ficciones PDF/EPUB “Blind to all fault destiny can be ruthless at one's slightest distraction” Reading Jorge Luis Borges is a bewildering experience and a challenge all in one There is no logically understanding the mazes Borges creates but that is what fantastical realism is all about Ficciones is a labyrinth beautiful and witty of ideas and feelings that mock and conuers the readerBorges can speak for himself who am I to explain his brilliance and imagination? “When it was proclaimed that the Library contained all books the first impres


  10. Steven Godin Steven Godin says:

    Kindle pamyatnik.pro ï Ficciones MOBI ¼ ficciones epub, Ficciones PDF/EPUB355 There can be at times circumstances that affect your thoughts on what's being read Or even just the way that you read it This is one of those very occasion where I will undoubtedly benefit reading again It's clear to see why Jorge Luis Borges is regarded as one of the 20th century's most inventive writers and Ficciones is a collection of small stories that are on a grand scale but my overall problem was going through three or four at a time and finding them hard to digest jumping from one to another just didn't work for me And only read the last few days apart giving me a chance to fully think about about them this worked so much better but still left me feeling a bit dumbfounded Also was not reading the best translated version so that didn't help either Borges never compromised himself by writin


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Jorge Luis Borges

Kindle pamyatnik.pro ï Ficciones MOBI ¼ Jorge Francisco Isidoro Luis Borges Acevedo usually referred to as Jorge Luis Borges Spanish pronunciation xoɾxe lwis boɾxes was an Argentine writer and poet born in Buenos Aires In 1914 his family moved to Switzerland where he attended school and traveled to Spain On his return to Argentina in 1921 Borges began publishing his poems and essays in Surrealist literary journals He also wo