Labyrinths: Selected Stories & Other Writings
Readers are invited to take a new look at "Labyrinths," the classic by Latin America's finest writer of the 20th century--a true literary sensation--with a new introduction by cyber-author William Gibson.
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Tlon Uqbar Orbis Tertius
The Lottery in Babylon
The Circular Ruins
The Sect of the Phoenix
The Argentine Writer and Tradition 111
Inferno I 32
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