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Borges'in eserleri bildiğimiz gibi roman değil, onlara makale, başka bir şey diyor, edebiyat yeni bir form. Belki de bu yüzden Borges'in Farsça'da neyin yayınladığını, eserinin ne olduğunu ve tüm çalışmalarının tercüme edilip edilmediğini söylemek mümkün değildir. Örneğin, "Milenyum Geçişleri'nin Bahçesi, Ahmed Mir-Ala'i, 1369 tarafından çevrildi", bu eserin Borges tarafından çevirisi mi? Ya da Ahmed Mir-Ala'i tarafından çevrilen "Borges Labirentleri", 1356 "Borges," Labirentler "hakkında çok şey yazdı. Aslında Borges'in kendisi bir" Labirent "
This was my second.. maybe third romance novel i had ever read in my entire life the first was Return Engagement, the second was Blow Me Down and this was the third. I must say, all romance novels are the same and the third time was hell. (After this I read the Chalice and the Blade and i don't even know how i finished that one). It makes very mad that the girls in most novels can't do anything and just depend and "cling" to their extremely good looking, handsome, capable (in the bed and in the field) man they first start off hating then loving in the end. Blow Me Down wasn't so much like this, since the girl did a lot of work, but in the end she still ultimately depended on him. It was an interesting read, good but not good. Just a read.
Author/Illustrator: A relly cool book where all the images are stretched, but when you look at them in a reflection they look normal and 3D.
This is Vonnegut's last book. It read like a memoir. Appropriately funny, dark, and critical, much like his other books. Since he isn't writing a story, there isn't as much intricacy in the book, but it tells a lot about Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Good last book from a great author.
If you analyze "Ulysses," you will get a lot out of it. However, if you just read "Ulysses," you will be tired and frustrated. But then at least you can say that you read "Ulysses."
I use this book in almost all of my classes. Diamond is the epitome of an interdisciplinary thinker. He'll be on campus April 10th, and I can't wait.