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“In a Spanish prison, an Aztec priest struggles to understand the nature of godhood.” Collected in El Aleph or The Aleph and Other Stories. Description by Allen Ruch.
Critical sites about The God’s Script
- Melville and Borges: Queequeg and the Jaguar
- “This paper … discusses the meanings of the patterns on Borges’ jaguar from ‘The God’s Script’ and the tattoos on Queequeg from Moby Dick.”
- Contains: Content Analysis
- Author: Chris Rollason, Ph.D.
- From: The Libyrinth
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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013