As Carlos Fuentes remarked, without Borges, the modern Latin American novel simply would not exist.

The Nation

The newest edition of Borges groundbreaking trans-genre collection of short stories

Labyrinths

Fiction by Jorge Luis Borges

Translated by Donald YatesJames Irby

Edited by Donald YatesJames Irby

With a contribution by William Gibson

Your Independent Bookstore Barnes & Noble

Paperback (published May 1, 2007)

ISBN
9780811216999
Price US
15.95
Price CN
17.95
Trim Size
5x8
Page Count
288

Jorge Luis Borges

Twentieth-century Argentine author

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As Carlos Fuentes remarked, without Borges, the modern Latin American novel simply would not exist.

The Nation

A giant of world literature.

—John Updike, The New Yorker

When I read a good book, I sometimes like to think I might be capable of writing something similar, but never, in my wildest dreams, could I write anything that approaches the level of cleverness and intellect and madness of Borges. I don’t think anyone could.

—Daniel Radcliffe, Oprah.com

The essays are always lucid and probing, and always slightly skewed, vaguely unsettling, again dislocating your sense of reality and truth. Ultimately it is this that always makes me return to Borges, this ability to make the world seem different …

The BBC