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The Universe in a Nutshell: The Long Sentence in Borges’s ‘El Aleph’

On Thursday, September 22 at 4:15 PM, Daniel Balderston, Andrew Mellon Professor of Modern Languages at the University of Pittsburgh will be giving a speech at the Romance Languages and Literatures department at 300 High Street. Daniel Balderston is the director of the Borges Center at the University of Pittsburgh, as well as the editor of the journal Variaciones Borges. He is the author of Out of Context: Historical Reference and the Representation of Reality in BorgesBorges, realidades y simulacros; The Literary Universe of Jorge Luis Borges; Borges, una enciclopedia, and El deseo, enorme cicatriz luminosa. Daniel Balderston has also edited Approaches to Teaching Puig¹s Kiss of the Spider Woman, The Encyclopedia of Latin American and Caribbean Literature, and Voice Overs: Translation and Latin American Literature. This lecture is presented by the Wesleyan University Department of Romance Languages and Literatures and The Thomas and Catharine McMahon Lecture Series. A reception will follow.

  • Date: Thursday, September 22
  • Time: 4:15 PM – 5:30 PM
  • Place: The Common Room, 300 High Street
  • Cost: Free!