If Jorge Luis Borges had been a computer scientist, he probably would have invented hypertext and the World Wide Web. Instead, being a librarian, he became the leading practitioner of a densely layered imaginistic writing style that has been imitated throughout this century, but has no peer.
Borges is the father of nearly all the titles we read here at the Experimental Literature Book Club. This is not the month to miss.
The library did acquire copies for us, so make sure to grab yours at the Main Library return desk!
We'll be meeting to discuss this book March 19th at the Main Library in Conference Rm 3 at 6pm. Feel free to bring food and drink.