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by Karl-Josef Niggestich

Author: Karl-Josef Niggestich
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Publisher: A. Kümmerle (1976)
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The essay presents an interpretation of Jorge Luis Borges’ story The Library of Babel, starting from Alfred Schutz’s . Metaphorik und Polarität im Weltbild Jorge Luis Borges’. Göppingen: Verlag Alfred Kümmerle.

The essay presents an interpretation of Jorge Luis Borges’ story The Library of Babel, starting from Alfred Schutz’s theory of the life-world as well his symbol conception  . For Jorge Luis Borges, paradise was not a garden but a library. American Libraries 32(7): 56–58.

Jorge Luis Borges was born in Buenos Aires. In 1921 Borges settled in Buenos Aires and started his career as a writer publishing poems and essays in literary journals. His family included British ancestry and he learned English before Spanish. His father was a lawyer and a psychology teacher, who demonstrated the paradoxes of Zeno on a chessboard for his son. In the large house was also a library and garden which enchanted Borges's imagination. Among his friends was the philosopher Macedonio Fernandez, whose dedication linguistic problems influenced his thought. Borges's first collection of poetry, FERVOR DE BUENOS AIRES, appeared in 1923.

Borges, Jorge Luis and Margarita Guerrero. The Book of Imaginary Beings. Niggestich, Karl-Josef. Metaphorik und Polarität im Weltbild Jorge Luis Borges. Norman Thomas di Giovanni. New York: Dutton, 1970.

Jorge Luis Borges was born in Buenos Aires in 1899. His parents, multilingual intellectuals, would soon travel to Europe with their children in the hopes of finding medical treatment for the progressive (inherited) failing eyesight that Borges' father was experiencing. Borges was a brainy, precocious, nearsighted and bookish child who was deeply attached to his sister Norah, with whom he played nearly exclusively and happily, mainly in the protected indoors of the family's library, or in the garden, and at the Buenos Aires Zoo, where Borges adored tigers most of all.

Jorge Francisco Isidoro Luis Borges Acevedo, usually referred to as Jorge Luis Borges (Spanish pronunciation . On his return to Argentina in 1921, Borges began publishing his poems and essays in Surrealist literary journals.

Jorge Francisco Isidoro Luis Borges Acevedo, usually referred to as Jorge Luis Borges (Spanish pronunciation: ), was an Argentine writer and poet born in Buenos Aires. In 1914, his family moved to Switzerland where he attended school and traveled to Spain. He also wo Jorge Francisco Isidoro Luis Borges Acevedo, usually referred to as Jorge Luis Borges (Spanish pronunciation: ), was an Argentine writer and poet born in Buenos Aires

Borges was educated in Switzerland and travelled across during his childhood, that gave him a unique worldview in his literary pursiuts. Borges wrote in Spanish and remains one of the icons of Spanish literature, having written such masterpieces like El Aleph and Ficciones, both being collections of short stories.