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5 Lessons the Short Fiction of Jorge Luis Borges Can Teach Writers
The work of Argentine master Jorge Luis Borges--often described as "ingenious" and "magic"--offers some sturdy truths for younger writers whose work doesn't quite fit the modern mold.
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