Everything you need to understand or teach Ficciones by Jorge Luis Borges.
Many of the stories are told in the first-person point of view of the narrator. This narrator often utilizes the authorial voice in which the narrator makes it clear to the reader that it is the voice of the writer himself rather than a fictional narrator who happens to utilize the first person point of view. In fact, in one of these stories the narrator is referred to in the author's name by a character in the story. By using this point of view, the writer becomes a participant in the story, a character to whom things happen in the course of the story's plot development.
In some of the stories, the author writes his stories to seem like non-fiction articles in which he critiques other writers. In these stories, the author writes about literature and the...
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