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Bibliographies for 1946

Timeline

1946

Biography

Under political pressure for having signed anti-Peronist declarations, forced to resign from his job at the Biblioteca Municipal Miguel Cané. Beginning of career giving talks in the Argentine provinces and in Uruguay. Founds and directs Los Anales de Buenos Aires.

Locations

Borges continues living at Calle Maip√ļ 994, CABA. 

Historical Context

Perón elected president.

Books

  • Dos fantas√≠as memorables / H. Bustos Domecq. Buenos Aires: Oportet y Haereses, 1946. 34 pp. [Written with Adolfo Bioy Casares under the pseudonym H. Bustos Domecq.]
  •  El testigo. El signo.
  •  Un modelo para la muerte / B. Suarez Lynch. Buenos Aires: Oportet y Haereses, 1946. 83 pp. [Written with Adolfo Bioy Casares under the pseudonym B. Su√°rez Lynch.] 

Periodical Publications

  • Nota sobre el Ulises en espa√Īol. Los Anales de Buenos Aires 1.1 (January 1946), p. 49. [Essay included in Textos recobrados 1931-1955, pp. 233-35.]
  • Deutsches Requiem. Sur 136 (February 1946), pp. 7-14. [Story included in El Aleph.]
  • MuseoLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.3 (March 1946), pp. 53-56. [Collaborative selections and translations with Bioy Casares, signed B. Lynch Davis.]
  • Del rigor en la ciencia. Los Anales de Buenos Aires 1.3 (March 1946), p. 53. [Included in second edition of Historia universal de la infamia.]
  • Hilda Roderick Ellis: The Road to Hell. Los Anales de Buenos Aires 1.3 (March 1946), pp. 62-63. [Review included in Textos recobrados 1931-1955, pp. 236-37.]
  • MuseoLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.4 (April 1946), pp. 45-47. [Collaborative selections and translations with Bioy Casares, signed B. Lynch Davis.]
  • Ainsworth Noyes, Christopher SmartLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.4 (April 1946), pp. 59-60. [Review included in Textos recobrados 1931-1955, pp. 238-40.]
  • Dos hombres rememoran sus vidasLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.4 (April 1946), pp. 62-63. [Attributed to Borges: quotations from Empedocles and Taliesen.]
  • Museo. Los Anales de Buenos Aires 1.5 (May 1946), pp. 50-52. [Collaborative selections and translations with Bioy Casares, signed B. Lynch Davis.]
  • CuartetaLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.5 (May 1946), p. 50. [Attributed to Almoqt√°dir el Magreb√≠, included in El hacedor.]
  •  L√≠mites [Hay una l√≠nea ...]. Los Anales de Buenos Aires 1.5 (May 1946), p. 50. [Attributed to Julio Platero Haedo, included in El hacedor.]
  • Historia de los dos reyes y los dos laberintosLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.5 (May 1946), p. 51. [Attributed to Robert Burton, included in El Aleph.]
  • Un doble de MahomaLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.5 (May 1946), p. 52. [Attributed to Swedenborg, included in Historia universal de la infamia.]
  • MuseoLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.6 (June 1946), pp. 49-51. [Collaborative selections and translations with Bioy Casares, signed B. Lynch Davis.]
  • El poeta declara su nombrad√≠aLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.6 (June 1946), p. 49. [Attributed to Abulc√°sim el Hadram√≠, included in El hacedor.]
  • MuseoLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.7 (July 1946), pp. 60-62. [Collaborative selections and translations with Bioy Casares, signed B. Lynch Davis.]
  • Nuestro pobre individualismoSur 141 (July 1946), pp. 82-84. [Essay included in Otras inquisiciones.]
  • ¬ŅPor qu√© los escritores argentinos no viven de su pluma? Contesta esta pregunta el escritor JORGE LUIS BORGESEl Hogar 42.1917 (12 July 1946). [Answer to survey, included in Borges en El Hogar, pp. 167-69.] 
  •  La paradoja de Apollinaire. Los Anales de Buenos Aires 1.8 (August 1946), pp. 48-51. [Essay included in Textos recobrados 1931-1955, pp. 247-50. [Essay included in Textos recobrados 1931-1955, pp. 247-50.]
  • Museo. Los Anales de Buenos Aires 1.8 (August 1946), pp. 52-54. [Collaborative selections and translations with Bioy Casares, signed B. Lynch Davis.]
  • Palabras pronunciadas por Jorge Luis Borges en la comida que le ofrecieron los escritores. Sur 142 (August 1946), pp. 114-15. 
  • D√©le, d√©leArgentina libre (15 August 1946). [Included in Rodr√≠guez Monegal, Ficcionario.]
  • El primer WellsLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.9 (September 1946), pp. 20-22. [Essay included in Otras inquisiciones.]
  • MuseoLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.9 (September 1946), pp. 63-64. [Collaborative selections and translations with Bioy Casares, signed B. Lynch Davis.]
  • MuseoLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.10 (October 1946), pp. 55-56. [Collaborative selections and translations with Bioy Casares, signed B. Lynch Davis.]
  •  Le regret d'H√©racliteLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.10 (October 1946), p. 55. [Poem attributed to Gaspar Camerarius, included in El hacedor.]
  •  El enemigo generoso. Los Anales de Buenos Aires 1.10 (October 1946), p. 56. [Poem attributed to the Anhang zur Heimskringla, included in Historia universal de la infamia.]
  • El muertoSur 145 (November 1946), pp. 42-48. [Story included in El Aleph.]
  • Sobre Oscar Wilde. Los Anales de Buenos Aires 1.11 (December 1946), pp. 44-46. [Essay included in Otras inquisiciones.]
  • MuseoLos Anales de Buenos Aires 1.11 (December 1946), pp. 60-62. [Collaborative selections and translations with Bioy Casares, signed B. Lynch Davis.]
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Prefaces

  • Pr√≥logo. Francis Bret Harte. Bocetos Californianos. Buenos Aires: Emec√©, 1946. [Preface included in Pr√≥logos.]
  • Pr√≥logo. Franz Werfel. Ju√°rez y Maximiliano. Buenos Aires: Emec√©, 1946. 
  • Nota preliminar. Estanislao del Campo. Fausto. Buenos Aires: Nova, 1946.
  • Nota preliminar. Miguel de Cervantes. Novelas ejemplares. Buenos Aires: Emec√©, 1946. [Preface included in Pr√≥logos.]

Criticism