Wednesday, April 6, 2022 - 13:00 to 15:00
Taylor Loray Pipkin
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This talk focuses on three imaginary writers invented by Borges: Pierre Menard, Herbert Quain and Mir Bahadur Alí, on how the invention of these authors, and the imagining of their literary production, as a way for Borges to invent himself as a new kind of writer in the 1940s, and to reimagine literary history.
Center for Latin American Studies
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Deaprtment of Hispanic Languages & Literatures
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