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The Cardinal points of Borges.

Author: Lowell Dunham; Ivar Ivask
Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press [1971]
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Named Person: Jorge Luis Borges; Jorge Luis Borges
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lowell Dunham; Ivar Ivask
ISBN: 080610984X 9780806109848
OCLC Number: 219937
Notes: Some of the articles were presented at the International Symposium on Borges, held at the University of Oklahoma, Dec. 5-6, 1969, and were originally published in the summer 1971 issue of Books abroad.
Description: ix, 113 pages portraits 26 cm
Contents: Browning resuelve ser poeta, by J.L. Borges. --
Browning decides to be a poet, translated by N.T. di Giovanni. --
Encyclopaedia britannica, by J. Guillén. --
Humilde irrealidad, by J. Guillén. --
"Elogio de la sombra," by J. Guillén. --
A modest proposal for the criticism of Borges, by R. Christ. --
In the labyrinth, by E. Rodríguez Monegal. --
The four cardinal points of Borges, by D.A. Yates. --
Borges and the idea of Utopia, by J.E. Irby. --
Oxymoronic structure in Borges' essays, by J. Alazraki. --
The visible work of Macedonio Fernández, by J.C. Murchison. --
At work with Borges, by N.T. di Giovanni. Appendix: Pedro Salvadores, by J.L. Borges. --
Borges in Oklahoma 1969, by Ivar Ivask. --
Toward a bibliography on Jorge Luis Borges (1923-69), by R.L. Fiore (p. 83-105) --
Jorge Luis Borges: selected bibliography, by T.E. Lyon (p. 107-109) --
Jorge Luis Borges in Books abroad (1936-71), by Ivar Ivask (p. 111-112).
Other Titles: Books abroad.
Responsibility: Edited by Lowell Dunham and Ivar Ivask.

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