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by Jorge Luis Borges

"A mystic visionary attempts to dream a human into being." First collected in The Garden of Forking Paths and later, in 1944, in Ficciones. Description by Allen Ruch.

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Borges: The Blind Visionary
http://ebbs.english.vt.edu/pmsf/etudes/smaragdis/IhopeIknowwhat.html
This somewhat disjointed paper, with detailed reference to the movements of modernism and postmodernism, uses the Borges story "The Circular Ruins" to "offer some important insights into the major theoretical premises which Borges subverts and embraces in his own writing. ... In short, I will argue that this story enacts postmodernism's sever questioning of 'grand histoire' (Hassan 281), specifically in regards to monotheism and linearity."
Contains: Historical Context, Content Analysis, Bibliography
Author: Joyce Smaragdis
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The Circular Ruins
http://www.TheModernWord.com/borges/borges_paper_schaffer.html
"This paper ... discusses some universal truths found in the Borges story 'The Circular Ruins.'"
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Barbara Joan Schaffer
From: The Libyrinth
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