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  • Borges used fictional references in many of his works, not just "Ficciones".

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  • In the 1940s, the Argentine Jorge Luis Borges (1899–1986) rose to international prominence with works such as Ficciones (1944), which used magic and fantasy as its primary vehicle.

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  • "Ficciones" (Spanish Edition) by Jorge Luis Borges

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  • Apart from Hitchhiker's, David Barnett's choices (links at Guardian post) are: Necromonicon (H.P. Lovecraft); the Ficciones of Jorge Luis Borges; books in the library described in The Abortion: a historical romance 1966 by Richard Brautigan; The Pension Grillparzer from The World According to Garp (I thought John Irving pretty much did write that in reality, in a subsequent novel); and The Blind Assassin by 'Laura Chase' (Margaret Atwood).

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  • There's a moody orchestration of strobes and smoke by Film Ficciones, with a live soundtrack by Pram.

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  • “Don't blame me,” said running back Cadillac Williams as he looked up over a paperback copy of Jorge Luis Borges' Ficciones.

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  • Apart from Hitchhiker's, David Barnett's choices (links at Guardian post) are: Necromonicon (H.P. Lovecraft); the Ficciones of Jorge Luis Borges; books in the library described in The Abortion: a historical romance 1966 by Richard Brautigan; The Pension Grillparzer from The World According to Garp (I thought John Irving pretty much did write that in reality, in a subsequent novel); and The Blind Assassin by 'Laura Chase' (Margaret Atwood).

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  • There are others, but, alas, as Jorge Luis Borges (of whom I would choose Ficciones) would say, there´s no such end to those things.

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  • Apart from Hitchhiker's, David Barnett's choices (links at Guardian post) are: Necromonicon (H.P. Lovecraft); the Ficciones of Jorge Luis Borges; books in the library described in The Abortion: a historical romance 1966 by Richard Brautigan; The Pension Grillparzer from The World According to Garp (I thought John Irving pretty much did write that in reality, in a subsequent novel); and The Blind Assassin by 'Laura Chase' (Margaret Atwood).

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  • The second is one of my favorite books, along with Borges' Ficciones, Pale Fire. and War and Peace.

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