By Jorge Luis Borges
After nearly a part a century of scrupulous devotion to his paintings, Jorge Luis Borges individually compiled this anthology of his work—short tales, essays, poems, and short mordant “sketches," which, in Borges's arms, tackle the size of a style specified in sleek letters.
In this anthology, the writer has prepare these items on which he would favor his recognition to leisure; they aren't prepared chronologically, yet with an eye fixed to their “sympathies and differences." a private Anthology, for that reason, isn't in simple terms a set, yet a brand new composition.
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