Collected Fictions

June 25, 2018

Jorge Luis BorgesImage of Collected Fiction

From his 1935 debut with The Universal History of Iniquity, through his immensely influential collections Ficciones and The Aleph, these enigmatic, elaborate, imaginative inventions display Borges’s talent for turning fiction on its head by playing with form and genre and toying with language. Together these incomparable works comprise the perfect one-volume compendium for all those who have long loved Borges, and a superb introduction to the master’s work for those who have yet to discover this singular genius.



  • Bernard

    I read it a long time ago, but the book is not so heavy, not everyone likes it. There is no love line and the ending is not known … but I was not indifferent, if there is a continuation, I will read.

    • goodboy

      The book is heavy, but very interesting.

  • mike

    The book is heavy, but very interesting. The plot is new and unusual. it’s good that it’s all over.

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