dance academy in Montevideo, discussed by Vicente Rossi in Cosas de negros
Swedish Academy, selects the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature
Text written by Vicente Rossi.
Cicero treatises on education, of which only part of the second survives, also known as the Lucullus.
street in Buenos Aires
city in Greece, site of naval battle in 31 B.C.
Lugones political essays
Lane book, 1836
character in Borges
Borges story-essay, a review of Mir Bahadur Ali's Approach to Al-Mu'tasim
Borges's mother, 1876-1975
Uruguayan writer, 1851-1919, author of Brenda, Ismael and Nativa.
Argentinian writer, 1882-1959
Fishburn and Hughes: "An Argentine writer and jurist. In 1941 he won the Premio Nacional for his novel Cancha Larga; Borges's own entry, The Garden of Forking Paths, won second prize. The surname is used is for several fictional characters." (2)
character in Borges story
Borges's maternal grandfather (1835-1905)