lundi 15 mai 2006

Golden Rule Jones > Borges

Golden Rule Jones > Borges: "In 1937, for example, his once promising literary career seemed to be stagnating, and he was forced to take a job cataloging books at the Miguel Cane municipal library, where he remained until 1945. There was little for him to do there, so he spent much of his time in a small, windowless room at the rear of the second floor, where he wrote many of the pieces in the collection eventually published as “Ficciones,” including the story “The Library of Babel.” (...) Borges used to ride the No. 7 tram to work there, reading Dante as he stood, and while the tram no longer exists, a bus line with the same number still runs the same route."

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