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A Year of Great Books | About Ficciones

*Slate books columnist Laura Miller and senior editor Laura Miller discuss Ficciones by Jorge Luis Borges, the fifth selection in Slate’s Year of Great Books, a members-only Slate Academy*.

Also: Check out Laura Miller’s introduction to Borges’ “metaphysical and pulpy” works, and The Paris Review’s 1966 interview with the author. And join the discussion in our private Facebook Group.

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