borges, jorge luis

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Borges, Jorge Luis [(bohr-hes)]

A twentieth-century Argentinian writer known for his short stories, essays, poetry, and criticism. His works, a mixture of myth, fantasy, and metaphysics, include Los conjurados (The Conspirators).

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