Hereof, what language did Borges write in?
|Jorge Luis Borges|
|Occupation||Writer, poet, philosopher, translator, editor, critic, librarian|
|Notable works||A Universal History of Infamy (1935) Ficciones (1944) El Aleph (1949) Labyrinths (1962) The Book of Sand (1975)|
One may also ask, did Borges write in English? He wrote his best stories, later collected in Ficciones and a volume of English translations The Aleph and Other Stories (1933–69). Borges also wrote some detective stories in collaboration with another writer under the pseudonym H.
Keeping this in consideration, what is Jorge Luis Borges most famous work?
Jorge Luis Borges most famous works include Universal History of Infamy (1935), Ficciones (1944), The Aleph (1949), and The Book of Sand (1975). All of them deal with fictional places and toy with the idea of infinity and mythical creatures that immerse the reader in magical worlds.
What disease did Jorge Luis Borges have?
In 1938, the year his father died, Borges suffered a severe head wound and subsequent blood poisoning, which left him near death, bereft of speech, and fearing for his sanity.