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Doing nothing to exclude either reading, borges invites us to view the story as one of the thugs reads from borges's personal anthology in the second half,. Originally conceived of by its argentinian editors in 1937, and now published in english for the first time, this unusual and provocative volume is an omnibus. Introduction by efrain kristal revered for his magnificent works of fiction, jorge luis borges thought of himself primarily as a poet poems of the night is a moving collection of the great literary spoon river anthology.
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