Macedonia

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Synonyms for Macedonia

landlocked republic on the Balkan Peninsula

the ancient kingdom of Philip II and Alexander the Great in the southeastern Balkans that is now divided among modern Macedonia and Greece and Bulgaria

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(12) Macedonio Fernandez, Museo de la novella de la eternal (Caracas: Biblioteca Avacucho, 1982), 200.
These pages search for a different kind of reader, not necessarily the one envisioned years earlier by Cortazar's much-admired Macedonio Fernandez...but another one, with amplified tasks.
She had met Macedonio as a kid, when she was fifteen and still going to school.
La maquina de Macedonio tambien metaforiza la posibilidad de crear nuevas histories, pero entendiendose "crear" y "nuevas" en sus acepciones mas antirromanticas posibles.
(86) (17) La puesta en circulacion de este libro es importante, ademas de su interes intrinseco, porque echa luz sobre cuentos de Jorge Luis Borges que retoman temas caros a Macedonio (como "Tlon, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius" y "El congreso", que mencione anteriormente).
In the novel, Elena is the machine that Macedonio Fernandez has created in order to immortalize his deceased wife of the same name.
In La ciudad ausente, Junior, Elena, and Macedonio are colonized by relatos ajenos that cue them into an "absent city" within the city.