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Dreamtigers.

Author: Jorge Luis Borges; Antonio Frasconi; Mildred Boyer; Harold Morland
Publisher: Austin, University of Texas Press [1964]
Series: Texas Pan American series.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Poems, stories, and sketches by an Argentinian writer and librarian, director of the National Library of Argentina.
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Borges, Jorge Luis, 1899-1986.
Dreamtigers.
Austin, University of Texas Press [1964]
(OCoLC)655319679
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jorge Luis Borges; Antonio Frasconi; Mildred Boyer; Harold Morland
ISBN: 9780292715493 0292715498
OCLC Number: 277017
Notes: Poems.
Description: 95 pages illustrations 23 cm.
Contents: The Maker --
Dreamtigers --
Dialogue on a Dialogue --
Toenails --
The Draped Mirrors --
Argumemtum Ornithologicum --
The Captive --
The Sham --
Delia Elena San Marco --
Dead Men's Dialogue --
The Plot --
A Problem --
A Yellow Rose --
The Witness --
Martin Fierro --
Mutations --
Paradiso, XXXI, 108 --
Parable of the Palace --
Everything and Nothing --
Ragnarok --
Inferno, I --
Borges and I --
Poem about Gifts --
The Hourglass --
The Game of Chess --
Mirrors --
Elvira de Alvear --
Susana Soca --
The Moon --
The Rain --
On the Effigy of a Captain in Cromwell's Armies --
To an Old Poet --
The Other Tiger --
Blind Pew --
Reffering to a Ghost of Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-Odd --
Referring to the Death of Colonel Francisco --
Borges --
In Memoriam: A.R. --
The Borges --
To Luis de Camoens --
Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-Odd --
Ode Composed in 1960 --
Ariosto and the Arabs --
On Beginning the Study of Anglo-Saxon Grammar --
Luke XXIII --
Adrogue --
Ars Poetica --
Museum --
On Rigor in Silence --
Quantrain --
Limits --
The Poet Declares His Renown --
The Magnanimous Enemey --
The Regret of Heraclitus.
Series Title: Texas Pan American series.
Other Titles: Hacedor.
Responsibility: Introd. by Miguel Enguídanos. Translated from El hacedor by Mildred Boyer and Harold Morland. Woodcuts by Antonio Frasconi.

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Poems, stories, and sketches by an Argentinian writer and librarian, director of the National Library of Argentina.

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