Borges

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List Of World Swimming Championships (25 M) Medalists (men) - 200 Metre Freestyle
... Wojdat (POL) none awarded Trent Bray (NZL) 1995 Rio de Janeiro Gustavo Borges (BRA) Trent Bray (NZL) Michael Klim (AUS) 1997 Gothenburg Gustavo Borges (BRA) Trent Bray (NZL) Lars Conrad (GER) 1999 Hong ...
Borges And I
... "Borges and I" (originally in Spanish "Borges y Yo") is a short story by the Argentine writer and poet, Jorge Luis Borges ...
Borges
... Lô Borges (Born Salomão Borges Filho on January 10, 1952) is a Brazilian songwriter, singer and guitarist ...
Sarah Borges
... Sarah Borges is a rock and roll musician from Taunton, Massachusetts, signed to Sugar Hill Records ... Borges grew up in Taunton, a city south of Boston in the third generation of a Portuguese (hence the hard "g" in her name) family ... the South by Southwest Festivalin 2004, Borges earned a record deal with Houston's Blue Corn Records ...
A Baoa Qu
... A Bao A Qu is a legend described in Jorge Luis Borges's 1967 Book of Imaginary Beings as a Malay legend Borges claimed he had found in the book On Malay Witchcraft (1937), by C.C ... Borges's tale might be related to the Orang Asli myth of "Abang Aku" ... In Borges's story, the A Bao A Qu lives on the steps of the Tower of Victory in Chitor, from the top of which one can see "the loveliest landscape in the world" ...

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    Music, feelings of happiness, mythology, faces worn by time, certain twilights and certain places, want to tell us something, or they told us something that we should not have missed, or they are about to tell us something; this imminence of a revelation that is not produced is, perhaps, the esthetic event.
    —Jorge Luis Borges (1899–1986)

    Life itself is a quotation.
    —Jorge Luis Borges (1899–1986)

    It is known that Whistler when asked how long it took him to paint one of his “nocturnes” answered: “All of my life.” With the same rigor he could have said that all of the centuries that preceded the moment when he painted were necessary. From that correct application of the law of causality it follows that the slightest event presupposes the inconceivable universe and, conversely, that the universe needs even the slightest of events.
    —Jorge Luis Borges (1899–1986)