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Relatos, cuentos, poemas y misceláneas

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Ediciones Pedagógicas. Buenos aires, Ediciones Corregidor, Fontanarrosa, Roberto. Buenos Aires, Ediciones de La Flor, Masliah, Leo. Buenos Aires. Ediciones de La Flor, Muñoz y Sampayo. Año 1. Septiembre Spiegelman, Art. Capítulo 5 "Ratonera" y Capítulo 6 "La trampa" en Maus. Warnes, Carlos. César Bruto. El sastrecillo valiente. Holzwarth Werner - Erlbruch Wolf. Del Topito Birolo y de todo lo que pudo haberle caído en la cabeza. Centro Editor de América Latina. Kitamura, Satoshi. Cuando los borregos no pueden dormir. He was a mentor to Jorge Luis Borges and other avant-garde Argentine writers.

Seventeen years of his correspondence with Borges was published in His published poetry includes " Creía yo " "I believed". In , he enrolled in the Argentine Colegio Nacional Central. In , as a university student, he published in El Progreso , a series of critical essays on customs and manners later included in Papeles antiguos.

Like his intimate friend Jorge Guillermo Borges father of Jorge Luis Borges , he was interested in psychology and in the philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer. In he was granted a degree as a doctor of jurisprudence by the law faculty of the University of Buenos Aires. He was a personal friend of physician, journalist, politician, and writer Juan B.

Justo , with whom he maintained a correspondence. In , he was admitted to the bar, and in he married Elena de Obieta, with whom he had four children Macedonio, Adolfo, Maite, plus one. In he published some poems in a magazine called Martín Fierro not the more famous magazine of the same name published two decades later. In , he obtained the position of public prosecutor in the Juzgado Letrado de Posadas, which he held for several years.


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His wife died in , and their children were left in the care of grandparents and aunts. Macedonio abandoned the profession of a lawyer. On the return of the Borges family from Europe in , he renewed his friendship with his old friend, and also began a friendship with Jorge Luis Borges, at this time a young ultraist poet. En he published "Novela de Eterna" y la Niña del dolor, la "Dulce-persona" de un amor que no fue sabido , an anticipation of Museo de la Novela de la Eterna published posthumously in ; in he published, in Chile Una novela que comienza , and in a new edition of Papeles de Recienvenido.

In , Macedonio moved into the home of his son Adolfo de Obieta, where he lived for the rest of his life. Macedonio was Jorge Luis Borges's most important Argentine mentor and influence. The relationship between the writers, however, was far more complex than Borges or his contemporaries represented it to be.

In his later years, Borges made a point of naming Macedonio as an early influence whom, in the exuberance of his youth, Borges imitated "to the point of plagiarism.

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Garth, among others, indicate that Macedonio's literary impact on Borges was far more profound and enduring than Borges ever admitted, and that Borges went to great pains to hide this influence. Many of the most fundamental concepts underpinning Borges' fiction come directly from Macedonio. These include the questioning of space and time and their continuity; the confusion of dreaming and wakefulness; the unreliability of memory and the importance of forgetfulness; the slipperiness or nonexistence of personal identity; the denial of originality and the emphasis on texts as being recyclings and translations of prior texts; and the questioning and commingling of the roles of author, reader, editor and commentator.

These influences extend to thematic material. Such themes include the conceit of an alternative, fictional dimension, elaborated anonymously in collaboration, that invades the known, tangible world Borges' " Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius " and Macedonio's campaign to transform Buenos Aires by turning it into a novel, a component of his Museo de la Novela de la Eterna ; and the hermetic world of immigrant working girls who must negotiate the city on their own, secret terms based purely on instinct and passion Borges' " Emma Zunz " and Macedonio's Adriana Buenos Aires.

While it is evident both men were inspired by ideas they read in the works of late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century philosophers specifically Schopenhauer and Bergson , there is little question that the two Argentines developed some of their most characteristic and enduring ideas together, in conversation, throughout the s.

Macedonio appears explicitly in Borges' " Dialogue about a Dialogue ," [2] in which the two discuss the immortality of the soul.