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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.
(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"
Jorge Luis, 1899–1986, Argentine writer.