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Argentinian writer remembered for his short stories (1899-1986)

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Seguramente, si hicieramos un rastreo dentro de la vasta obra de Borges, encontrariamos un parrafo escrito por el mismo donde refuta esta idea, pero hasta las contradicciones mas extremas nos hablan del sujeto que enuncia un discurso.
Taking as his point of departure Borges' essay "The Homeric Versions" (1932), particularly Borges' claim that "[n]o problem [is] as consubstantial to literature and its modest mystery as the one posed by translation," Johnson suggests that for Borges language is always a translation since it is never fully present to meaning.
Borges has been a member of the Appraisal Institute since 1978, a member of the National and Indiana Associations of Realtors and the Jackson County Board of Realtors since 1974, and the Crossroads Board of Realtors since 1997.
Borges argues that translations are not necessarily inferior to originals, that the concept of a 'definitive text' is a fallacy, and that the merit of a translation resides unexpectedly in its traditional translation theory as he destabilizes the concepts of originality and authorship.
Thus, Max Borges Agency designed the 68-page planner to benefit digital, print and broadcast media.
Las palabras de Maria dejan traslucir un gran amor por quien fuera su companero sentimental, pero tambien un profundo dolor por quienes, como el citado Casares, sacaron provecho de la memoria de Borges y ademas la convirtieron en blanco de odios, envidias y burlas, algunas de ellas francamente indignas de gente que se dice "intelectual".
Durante su visita a Mexico para presentar las Obras Completas de Jorge Luis Borges y la reedicion de Borges y Mexico, del investigador Miguel Capistran bajo el sello de Random House, la viuda del escritor Maria Kodama rechazo esta ultima por reproducir un poema apocrifo del argentino que la escritora Elena Poniatowska habia incluido en la primera edicion de 1999.
This collection of essays consists of presentations given at an international Borges symposium held in Sydney (Australia) on August 23 and 24, 2007.
In another self-deprecating effort of literary humility, Borges included in his first book an apology for any discomfort his verses might cause to his potential readers.
On a broader scale, Borges, who is also well regarded for his poetry and criticism, is essential to understanding modern Spanish-languages literature; Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Carlos Fuentes, Jose Donoso, and Mario Vargas Llosa all acknowledged his influence on their own writing.
Borges's dislike for "histories" is compounded, in the case of national literary histories, by their identitarian pretensions and their teleological bent, by the fact that they didactically propose national representativity and national belonging, two notions that Borges tirelessly questions (except when it suits him to uphold them).
As evidenced by the numerous alterations, large and small, that Borges makes in his translation of The Wild Palms, it seems beyond dispute that as he read the Faulkner text, Borges was consciously engaged not only in a process of interpretation and evaluation, but of creativity and even refinement as well.
son cosas de nuestro mundo, de planeta Tierra, y esto a pesar de que uno de los antecedentes que Borges menciona en el epilogo de 1949 al libro El Aleph es el cuento "The Crystal Egg" de H.
This issue of Variaciones Borges includes a dossier of papers that were presented at a symposium in Lisbon co-sponsored by the Borges Center.
Se puede afirmar sin mucho riesgo que la gran mayoria de los trece estudiosos que contribuyen a esta necesaria compilacion tiene plena conciencia de que la dimension de la esperanza de cada especialista en Borges solo aumenta con la aparentemente inagotable profusion de analisis sobre su autor, y siempre sera asi.