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Bor·ges

 (bôr′hĕs), Jorge Luis 1899-1986.
Argentinian writer particularly known for his short fictions, such as "Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius" (1940) and "The Lottery in Babylon" (1941), which have a metaphysical, fantastic quality.

Bor·ges′i·an (-hā′sē-ən, -hĕs′ē-) adj.

Borges

(Spanish ˈborxes)
n
(Biography) Jorge Luis (ˈxorxe lwis). 1899–1986, Argentinian poet, short-story writer, and literary scholar. The short stories collected in Ficciones (1944) he described as "games with infinity"

Bor•ges

(ˈbɔr heɪs)

n.
Jorge Luis, 1899–1986, Argentine writer.
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El primer libro de Jorge Luis Borges, Fervor de Buenos Aires (1923), presenta una historia editorial que amerita ser narrada por la especificidad del trabajo que el escritor propone sobre cada momento de edicion y reedicion del mismo.
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