Borges and I is a piece of visual physical theatre that explores the life and work of Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges.
What does JLB stand for?
JLB stands for Jorge Luis Borges (Argentinian author)
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- Journal of Latin American Urban Studies
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- James Labrie (Dream Theater vocalist)
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- Japan Labor Bulletin (Japan Institute of Labor)
- Jewish Lads Brigade
- Joint Logistics Board
Samples in periodicals archive:
A Universal Argentine: Jorge Luis Borges, English Literature, and Other Inquisitions.
coletanea que homenageia a obra de Jorge Luis Borges deglutindo-a, como se percebe por meio do enredo de contos como "Que fim levou Brodie?
SA The impact of Jorge Luis Borges upon 20th-century Latin American literature has been profound.
In one essay Crouch describes Duke Ellington, Ernest Hemingway, and Jorge Luis Borges as artists who successfully transcend conventions to discover underlying truths and realities, happy and tragic, cruel and exhilarating, in worlds and peoples beyond their immediate circumstances.
ISBN 0-8112-1592-X THE POWER OF THE WRITTEN WORD, inspired by this novel's "Borges" and his concept that "in order to exist, everything has to become word" (even the universe), pervasively dominates and ultimately solves this wry, beguiling, and witty mystery novel, an obvious literary homage to Jorge Luis Borges and to Edgar Allan Poe, written by the Brazilian journalist, author, and humorist Luis Fernando Verissimo.
This quote summarises a long list of initiatives in which the painter has collaborated, such as the foundation of El Pochote film centre, the Manuel Alvarez Bravo photographic centre and the Jorge Luis Borges library for blind people.