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For questions about stories with a fully developed plot, themes, and characters, but significantly shorter and less detailed than a novel.

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From a strictly geometrical perspective, any side of a hexagon can only connect to another single hexagon: Tiling patterns have a very ancient history, and Borges was no doubt drawing on this. T …
answered Jul 14 '17 by DukeZhou
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Thank you for asking this question! (Not least because I am itinerant and my Borges is all in boxes, but your question led me to this collected stories of Borges in pdf, which will provide ℵ value on …
answered Mar 7 '17 by DukeZhou
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Every time I read the story I find new meaning, and I suspect I will always feel as thought I am missing more than I am recognizing (the magic of Borges!) Without going into it too deeply: Percepti …
answered Jul 3 '18 by DukeZhou
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It turns out Recabarren was a political figure in Chile who was imprisoned for 8 months: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luis_Emilio_Recabarren As you will recall, the setting of the story is in Latin …
answered Mar 9 '17 by DukeZhou