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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Linda S. Maier
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    0820417025
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    978-0820417028
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    Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (April 1, 1996)
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    186 pages
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This study examines Borges' association with the European avant-garde .

This study examines Borges' association with the European avant-garde during the late 1910s and early 1920s. This book explains the pertinence of Borges' literary apprenticeship to his later works and establishes the basic unity of his writing. 0820417025 (ISBN13: 9780820417028).

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Dr. Maier has more than twenty years of experience in university-level teaching and taught at the University of Virginia and Wake Forest University before coming to UAH in 1993. Selected Publications.

The Italian government named Borges Commendatore and the University of Texas at Austin appointed him for one year to. .

The Italian government named Borges Commendatore and the University of Texas at Austin appointed him for one year to the Tinker Chair. This led to his first lecture tour in the United States. In 1967, Borges began a five-year period of collaboration with the American translator Norman Thomas di Giovanni, through whom he became better known in the English-speaking world

The avant-garde are people or works that are experimental, radical, or unorthodox with respect to art, culture, or society. It is frequently characterized by aesthetic innovation and initial unacceptability

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This study examines Borges' association with the European avant-garde during the late 1910s and early 1920s

This study examines Borges' association with the European avant-garde during the late 1910s and early 1920s. It explores the Argentine author's literary origins under the tutelage of the avant-garde, his earliest publications in Spanish journals, and his decisive role in the Ultraist movement, whose ideas shaped his early career and channelled his subsequent literary development.

This study examines Borges' association with the European avant-garde during the late 1910s and early 1920s. It explores the Argentine author's literary origins under the tutelage of the avant-garde, his earliest publications in Spanish journals, and his decisive role in the Ultraist movement, whose ideas shaped his early career and channelled his subsequent literary development. Maier's analysis and interpretation of these early texts document Borges' career as an avant-garde theorist and poet. This book explains the pertinence of Borges' literary apprenticeship to his later works and establishes the basic unity of his writing.