Jorge Luis Borges
Presents the life and times of the Argentine writer in text and photos. A simple account that describes the life & work of one of South America's great contemporary writers. Focuses on the lives and accomplishments of prominent Hispanic men and women. Underscores the important influence Hispanics have had on world culture. Each in-depth biography is lavishly illustrated with photographs
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Hispanics of Achievement
Return of the Native
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