The Aleph and Other Stories, 1933-1969: Together with Commentaries and an Autobiographical Essay
The Aleph.--Streetcorner man.--The approach to al-Mu tasim.--The circular ruins.--Death and the compass.--The life of Tadeo Isidoro Cruz (1829-1874)--The two kings and their two labyrinths.--The dead man.--The other death.--Ibn Hakkan al-Bokhari dead in his labyrinth.--The man on the threshold.--The challenge.--The captive.--Borges and myself.--The maker.--The intruder.--The immortals.--The meeting.--Pedro Salvadores.--Rosendo's tale.--An autobiographical essay.--Commentaries--Bibliographical note (p. 285-286).
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