Additional Resources for Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote by Jorge Luis Borges

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Alazraki, Jaime, "Oxymoronic Structure in Borges' Essays," in The Cardinal Points of Borges, edited by Lowell Dunham and Ivar Ivask, University of Oklahoma Press, 1971.

Alazraki analyzes the linguistic and thematic
oxymorons in Borges' essays, concluding that they
serve as a form of conciliation between contradictory
terms.


Alifano, Roberto, Twenty-four Conversations with Borges: Including a Selection of Poems, Lascaux Publishers, 1984.

A series of interviews with an aging Borges conducted
from 1981 through 1983, arranged by topic.

Balderston, Daniel, Out of Context: Historical Reference and the Representation of Reality in Borges, Duke University Press, 1993.

Balderston researched extensively the sources for
seven Borges works to conclude that his seemingly
apocryphal details are mostly factual and therefore do
represent reality.


Barrenechea, Ana Maria, Borges: The Labyrinth Maker, New York University Press, 1965.

The first serious scholarly work on Borges. Although
Barrenechea ignores Borges' humor and irony, her
analysis remains convincing and important.

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