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Hidden pleausures in Borges's fiction / Evelyn Fishburn.

By: Fishburn, Evelyn.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Pittsburgh : Borges Center, University of Pittsburgh, 2015Description: 254 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780990729204.Subject(s): LITERATURA ARGENTINA | CRITICA LITERARIA
Contents:
Hidden Pleasures in Borges's Allusions -- Rumblings from Below: Fictional Footnotes in Borges -- Borges and England -- Traces of The Thousand and One Nights in Borges -- Readings and Rereadings of Night 602 -- Discovering the Unknown: Re-Discovering the Known in Atlas -- El Aleph: The Repeating Universe -- Digging for Hrönir: A Second Reading of 'Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius' -- 'Algebra y Fuego' in the Fiction of Borges -- Humor Strategies in Borges's Fiction -- Jorge Luis Borges, Postmodernist? -- 'This Imminence of a Revelation': A Study of Epiphanies in Borges's Fiction -- Through a Jewish Lens: 'Enriched by Conflict and Complexity'.
List(s) this item appears in: Vitrina Humanidades Octubre 2018
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Libros, Folletos, Traducciones Libros, Folletos, Traducciones Biblioteca Elma Kohlmeyer de Estrabou
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860(82).09 B 732 Fi (Browse shelf) Available 091994

Bibliografía: p. 227-241.

Hidden Pleasures in Borges's Allusions -- Rumblings from Below: Fictional Footnotes in Borges -- Borges and England --
Traces of The Thousand and One Nights in Borges -- Readings and Rereadings of Night 602 -- Discovering the Unknown: Re-Discovering the Known in Atlas -- El Aleph: The Repeating Universe -- Digging for Hrönir: A Second Reading of 'Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius' -- 'Algebra y Fuego' in the Fiction of Borges -- Humor Strategies in Borges's Fiction -- Jorge Luis Borges, Postmodernist? -- 'This Imminence of a Revelation': A Study of Epiphanies in Borges's Fiction -- Through a Jewish Lens: 'Enriched by Conflict and Complexity'.

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