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by Jorge Luis Borges

"In a Spanish prison, an Aztec priest struggles to understand the nature of godhood." Collected in El Aleph or The Aleph and Other Stories. Description by Allen Ruch.

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Melville and Borges: Queequeg and the Jaguar
http://www.TheModernWord.com/borges/borges_papers_rollason.html
"This paper ... discusses the meanings of the patterns on Borges' jaguar from 'The God's Script' and the tattoos on Queequeg from Moby Dick."
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Chris Rollason, Ph.D.
From: The Libyrinth
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