This volume contains 18 tales, including several of Borges' most well-known and acclaimed, such as "The Immortal", "The Theologians", "German Requiem", and "The Wait". They exemplify Borges' inimitable fusion of mathematical thought, metaphysical depth, and poetic feeling.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - CarlosMcRey - LibraryThing
Though his tales are packed with philosophical ruminations, Borges is first of all an inveterate story teller, whether it's a simple tale of revenge or the history of the hidden face of God. His ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Jannes - LibraryThing
Borges is one of the greatest writers of the 20th century, and in The Aleph he shows his strength in a way that will leave you awestruck: the prose is so rich and evocative it's almost ridiculous, and ... Read full review