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Portuguese historian and poet, 1590-1649, also known as Faría y Sousa due to his writings in Spanish

Farias

Sephardic surname

Una llave en Salónica, El otro, el mismo, OC,Obras completas. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1974. 876.

Abu Talib, Persian poet and mystic, c. 1150-1230, author of the Mantiq al-Tayr or Coloquio de los pájaros and numerous other works

Fishburn and Hughes: "One of the greatest Muslim mystical poets, born in Nishapur, the famous centre of Sufi mysticism. As his name indicates (attar is Persian for 'scent') he probably dealt in perfumes or drugs, but the details of his life remain obscure. He is said to have received 'the call' from a passing Sufi beggar who challenged him to renounce his worldly goods and lead a life of poverty and contentment, after which the beggar dropped dead before him. Inspired to become a mystic, Attar set out on travels through the Middle East and central Asia and eventually returned to his native town, where he was killed during the Mongol invasion of c. 1220. Margaret Smith, relating the legendary account of his death, describes how, when he was taken captive by a Mongol, another Mongol offered a ransom of a thousand pieces of silver to save his life. His captor was on the verge of accepting, but Attar advised him that he was worth much more. Later a third Mongol arrived offering a ransom of a sack of straw, whereupon Attar said, 'Take it, that's what I'm worth.' His captor, furious, beheaded him.

CF 86: There appear to be no references relating this legend to that of Tule's soldiers. Attar's mystical doctrine may be summarised as follows: God contains everything and yet transcends all things. He is the One in whom all is lost, and also the One in whom all is found. He is Being, Will, the source and goal towards which all things move. Man is separated from God; his soul, divine in origin but tied to the material body like a bird within a cage, is constantly striving to return to his source and become reunited with the divine. The ascent is difficult, and only love can tear aside the veil that hangs between man and the unknowable God. The quest, therefore, not only emanates from man's soul but is reciprocal, needing the grace and help of God for union to be attained." (71-72)

Nota sobre Walt Whitman, Discusión, OC,Obras completas. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1974. 251. El doctor Jekyll y Edward Hyde, transformados, Discusión, OC,Obras completas. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1974. 286. El acercamiento a Almotásim, Historia de la eternidad, OC,Obras completas. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1974. 414, 418n. El Zahir, El Aleph, OC,Obras completas. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1974. 594. Sobre Chesterton, Otras inquisiciones, OC,Obras completas. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1974. 695. El Simurg, El libro de los seres imaginarios, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 695. El Dr. Jekyll y Edward Hyde, transformados, Notas, BC,Borges y el cine. Buenos Aires: Sudamericana, 1974. 68. Margaret Smith: The Persian Mystics: Attar, BS,Borges en Sur 1931-1980. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1999. 277-79. The Metaphor, CV,This Craft of Verse. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2000. 35. Word-Music and Translation, CV,This Craft of Verse. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2000. 69. Indice de autores, LCI,Libro del cielo y del infierno. Buenos Aires: Sur, 1970. 127. El Simurgh y el águila, NED,Nueve ensayos dantescos. Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, 1982. 141-44. The Unending Rose, La rosa profunda, OP,Obra poética, 1923-1977. Madrid: Alianza, 1981. 465. El simurg y el águila, PB,Páginas de Jorge Luis Borges. Buenos Aires: Celtia, 1982. 178, 179.

Ghibelline leader, mentioned in the Divina Commedia

Martín Fierro y los críticos, El “Martín Fierro”, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 561.

Manenti degli Uberti, Ghibelline leader, 1212-1264, here mentioned for his appearance in Dante's Inferno

Heinlein science fiction book, 1950

Eden Phillpotts, play, 1926.

El ananá de hierro, Eden Phillpotts, MCP2,Los mejores cuentos policiales (2). Madrid: Alianza, 1983. 102.

newspaper of Ballobar, town near Lerida, Spain

Deslindando responsabilidades, Nuevos cuentos de Bustos Domecq, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 448.

character in Bustos Domecq stories, author of La línea Paladion-Pound-Eliot and studies of Loomis

Homenaje a César Paladión, Crónicas de Bustos Domecq, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 304. Catálogo y análisis de los diversos libros de Loomis, Crónicas de Bustos Domecq, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 321. Indice de autores, LCI,Libro del cielo y del infierno. Buenos Aires: Sur, 1970. 127.

US novelist, 1904-1979, author of Studs Lonigan and other works

29 de octubre de 1937, BH,Borges en El Hogar 1935-1958. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 2000. 77. Francis Bret Harte: Bocetos californianos,P,Prólogos. Buenos Aires: Torres Agüero, 1975. 82. 8 de enero de 1937, Reseña, TC,Textos cautivos. Barcelona: Tusquets, 1986. 70-71.
Farsalia

Jáuregui translation

Walt Whitman: Hojas de la hierba,P,Prólogos. Buenos Aires: Torres Agüero, 1975. 174.

poem by Pablo Della Costa ?

Fastitocalon

whale in Old English bestiary

Fastitocalon, El libro de los seres imaginarios, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 628. El Fénix, Literatura de la Inglaterra sajona, Literaturas germánicas medievales, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 892.
Fastos

Ovid's Fasti, a poetical calendar of the Roman year

Les Lemures, El libro de los seres imaginarios, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 657.
Fata Morgana

Morgan le Fay, half-sister of King Arthur, a sorceress

H. Bustos Domecq, Seis problemas para don Isidro Parodi, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 13. Prólogo, Crónicas de Bustos Domecq, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 299. Naturalismo al día, Crónicas de Bustos Domecq, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 317. Más allá del bien y del mal, Nuevos cuentos de Bustos Domecq, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 381. Las Hadas, El libro de los seres imaginarios, OCC,Obras completas en colaboración. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1979. 641.
Fatal, Lo

Darío poem in Cantos de vida y esperanza, 1905

Fatales, Las

Lugones poem in Romancero

Murena’s novel, 1955.

Wells, 1939

Dos libros, Otras inquisiciones, OC,Obras completas. Buenos Aires: Emecé, 1974. 724.