Jorge Luis Borges

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The Irish Times
It can take a long time to feel 'at home' after emigratingJorge Luis Borges once wrote: “The labyrinth of London disorients me”, which ma
It can take a long time to feel 'at home' after emigrating
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
Jorge Luis Borges once wrote: “The labyrinth of London disorients me”, which may describe how you will feel when you leave home and arrive in a major metropolitan centre in the EU, on the other side of the Atlantic or on the other side of the world.... Read more
15d
Popular Science Australia
Explore an Infinite Library from Homeamount of typewriters will eventually produce the works of Shakespeare. Enter
Explore an Infinite Library from Home
Popular Science Australia / Posted 15 days ago
amount of typewriters will eventually produce the works of Shakespeare. Enter The Library of Babel, a website based on the Jorge Luis Borges short story about an infinite library containing every possible combination of letters bound in 410-page... Read more
19d
The Austin Chronicle
Words and Musicof guest artistic director Tom Echols, Narratives consists of three concerts in
Words and Music
The Austin Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
of guest artistic director Tom Echols, Narratives consists of three concerts in which selections by writers such as Jorge Luis Borges, James Joyce, Fernando Pessoa, and Julio Cortázar alternate with musical works by the likes of Bach, Reich,... Read more
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The Age
Animals head for freedom as Argentina closes zooempty path and ticket booths are closed, with no one waiting in line. The zoo
Animals head for freedom as Argentina closes zoo
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
empty path and ticket booths are closed, with no one waiting in line. The zoo was a favourite haunt of short story writer Jorge Luis Borges as a boy. It was inaugurated in 1875 on what was then the outskirts of Buenos Aires but is now encircled by... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Michael Jackson and his poems remembered in Chinaan experienced and established translator who has published translations of Vla
Michael Jackson and his poems remembered in China
Manila Bulletin / Posted 23 days ago
an experienced and established translator who has published translations of Vladimir Nabokov, William Butler Yeats, Jorge Luis Borges and Ezra Pound since the 1990s. “I suggest readers to pick up his book pretending that they haven’t ever... Read more
24d
Daily Mail
Haunting images of animals reveal the last days of 140-old zooconditions than the dusty old enclosure they are forced to share at the zoo Th
Haunting images of animals reveal the last days of 140-old zoo
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
conditions than the dusty old enclosure they are forced to share at the zoo The zoo was a favorite haunt of novelist Jorge Luis Borges as a boy. It was inaugurated in 1875 on what was then the outskirts of Buenos Aires but is now encircled by... Read more
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24d
The Sacramento Bee
Animals head for freedom as Argentina closes zooalong an empty path and ticket booths are closed, with no one waiting in line.
Animals head for freedom as Argentina closes zoo
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 24 days ago
along an empty path and ticket booths are closed, with no one waiting in line. The zoo was a favorite haunt of novelist Jorge Luis Borges as a boy. It was inaugurated in 1875 on what was then the outskirts of Buenos Aires but is now encircled by... Read more
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24d
Canberra Times
Animals head for freedom as Argentina closes zootheir enclosure at the former Buenos Aires Zoo in Argentina on Friday. Photo: A
Animals head for freedom as Argentina closes zoo
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
their enclosure at the former Buenos Aires Zoo in Argentina on Friday. Photo: AP The zoo was a favourite haunt of novelist Jorge Luis Borges as a boy. It was inaugurated in 1875 on what was then the outskirts of Buenos Aires but is now encircled by... Read more
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24d
Brisbane Times
Animals head for freedom as Argentina closes zootheir enclosure at the former Buenos Aires Zoo in Argentina on Friday. Photo: A
Animals head for freedom as Argentina closes zoo
Brisbane Times / Posted 24 days ago
their enclosure at the former Buenos Aires Zoo in Argentina on Friday. Photo: AP The zoo was a favourite haunt of novelist Jorge Luis Borges as a boy. It was inaugurated in 1875 on what was then the outskirts of Buenos Aires but is now encircled by... Read more
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24d
The Age
Animals head for freedom as Argentina closes zooalong an empty path and ticket booths are closed, with no one waiting in line.
Animals head for freedom as Argentina closes zoo
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
along an empty path and ticket booths are closed, with no one waiting in line. The zoo was a favourite haunt of novelist Jorge Luis Borges as a boy. It was inaugurated in 1875 on what was then the outskirts of Buenos Aires but is now encircled by... Read more
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24d
Sydney Morning Herald
Animals head for freedom as Argentina closes zooalong an empty path and ticket booths are closed, with no one waiting in line.
Animals head for freedom as Argentina closes zoo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
along an empty path and ticket booths are closed, with no one waiting in line. The zoo was a favourite haunt of novelist Jorge Luis Borges as a boy. It was inaugurated in 1875 on what was then the outskirts of Buenos Aires but is now encircled by... Read more
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24d
TribLIVE
Zoo denizens will move to better homesalong an empty path and ticket booths are closed, with no one waiting in line.
Zoo denizens will move to better homes
TribLIVE / Posted 24 days ago
along an empty path and ticket booths are closed, with no one waiting in line. The zoo was a favorite haunt of novelist Jorge Luis Borges as a boy. It was inaugurated in 1875 on what was then the outskirts of the capital but is now encircled by... Read more
24d
ABC News
Animals Head for Freedom as Argentina Closes Zooalong an empty path and ticket booths are closed, with no one waiting in line.
Animals Head for Freedom as Argentina Closes Zoo
ABC News / Posted 24 days ago
along an empty path and ticket booths are closed, with no one waiting in line. The zoo was a favorite haunt of novelist Jorge Luis Borges as a boy. It was inaugurated in 1875 on what was then the outskirts of Buenos Aires but is now encircled by... Read more
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24d
Salon.com
Animals head for freedom as Argentina closes zooalong an empty path and ticket booths are closed, with no one waiting in line.
Animals head for freedom as Argentina closes zoo
Salon.com / Posted 24 days ago
along an empty path and ticket booths are closed, with no one waiting in line. The zoo was a favorite haunt of novelist Jorge Luis Borges as a boy. It was inaugurated in 1875 on what was then the outskirts of the capital but is now encircled by... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Identity and change themes in Latin American forumat Palmerston North’s Te Manawa Museum (July 7) and at Old Museum Building in W
Identity and change themes in Latin American forum
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 27 days ago
at Palmerston North’s Te Manawa Museum (July 7) and at Old Museum Building in Wellington (July 8), on Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges and the Kaballah.For more information check the conference website here.ENDS © Scoop Media Bodega: Venue... Read more

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