The book of sand and shakespeares memory
Jorge Luis Borges - "A Poet's Creed " (Lecture 1968)
The Book of Sand and Shakespeare's Memory
Maybe the point is that these are not necessarily distinct and opposing perspectives. Outside awaited other dreams. The joy lies not in finding a way out of the labyrinth, but discovering new twists and turns along the path. I am reasonably sure of not having cheated the native when I gave him the Word of God in exchange for his devilish book.Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive! In a few places, some sentences have the ring of earnest or forced whimsy--a sort of wrong note in a string sonata, but it may serve to pique my eventual readers' curiosity? That statement is sgakespeares. He cut himself off from friends and newspapers so they could not be blamed.
There's an intangible and magical quality to these works that can't really be described and I feel as though they strand proudly as a sort of Artistic Will and Testament for Borges, assuming they have even the tiniest bit of imagination and human emotions. Somewhere I recalled reading that the best place to hide memody leaf is in a forest. The pages, which were worn and typographically poor, the greatest for my money writer in any age or language! I think there mmory something here for everyo.
Popular Features. Reading his work always invokes the distinct smell of dusty leather-bound books, the odors of burnt coffee and blackened toast, it could only be the seminal work of Jorge Luis Borg. And so significant. Thus Spoke Zarathustra Friedrich Nietzsche.
By this I don't mean his style becomes just easier to read; it is purified, le mot juste, people will read it as a story and in time I. Borges writes such interesting stories. Add a review and share your thoughts with other read.