The Aleph" is a short story by the Argentine writer and poet Jorge Luis Borges.
The Aleph" is a short story by the Argentine writer and poet Jorge Luis Borges. First published in September 1945, it was reprinted in the short story collection, The Aleph and Other Stories, in 1949, and revised by the author in 1974. In Borges' story, the Aleph is a point in space that contains all other points. Anyone who gazes into it can see everything in the universe from every angle simultaneously, without distortion, overlapping, or confusion
El Aleph (Castilian) Hardcover – 1983. by Jorge Luis Borges (Author). El nombre de Borges merece una entrada especial en el diccionario: imaginacion Borges.
El Aleph (Castilian) Hardcover – 1983. Esta seleccion de relatos es imprescindible para cualquier aficionado de la literatura.
A compilation of Borges short fiction utilizing the translations of Norman Thomas di Giovanni whenever possible. Includes works from: The Aleph & Other Stories A History of Infamy The Book of Sand In Praise of Darkness Doctor Brodie's Report The Garden of Branching Paths Labyrinths The Book of Imaginary Beings. The Garden of Forking Paths" (original Spanish title: "El jardín de senderos que se bifurcan") is the title story in the collection El jardín de senderos que se bifurcan (1941), which was republished in its entirety in Ficciones (Fictions) in 1944.
Full of philosophical puzzles and supernatural surprises, these stories contain some of Borges' most fully realized human characters.
Jorge Luis Borges belonged to a notable Argentine family in Buenos Aires who had British ancestors. He learned English before he could speak Spanish
Jorge Luis Borges belonged to a notable Argentine family in Buenos Aires who had British ancestors. He learned English before he could speak Spanish. Literature was enrooted in him at an early age when he started reading books from his father’s library and decided to make a career in literature when he grew up. In 1914, Borges travelled to Geneva where he earned a . degree from the Collge de Genve. He travelled more to Majorca and mainland Spain where he joined the Ultraist movement before returning to Buenos Aires in 1921.
by Jorge Luis Borges. Translation by Norman Thomas Di Giovanni in collaboration with the author.