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A Biography of Tadeo Isidoro Cruz, in The Aleph (1949); tr. Andrew Hurley, Collected Fictions (1998)
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Ibn-Hakim Al-Bokhari, Murdered in His Labyrinth, in The Aleph (1949); tr. Andrew Hurley, Collected Fictions (1998)
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Ibn-Hakim Al-Bokhari, Murdered in His Labyrinth, in The Aleph (1949); tr. Andrew Hurley, Collected Fictions (1998)
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The Man on the Threshold, in The Aleph (1949); tr. Andrew Hurley, Collected Fictions (1998). Cf. The South in Ficciones (1944)
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Partial Magic in the Quixote, Labyrinths (1964)
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Dr. Brodie's Report [El informe de Brodie] (1970)
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The Threatened, The Book of Sand [El Libro de arena] (1975)


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Born: August 24, 1899

Died: June 14, 1986 (aged 86)

Nationality: Argentinian

Occupation: Poet, writer, critic, librarian

Bio: Jorge Francisco Isidoro Luis Borges, known as Jorge Luis Borges, was an Argentine short-story writer, essayist, poet and translator born in Buenos Aires. His work embraces the character of unreality in all literature.

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