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Jorge Luis Borges

What man of us has never felt, walking through the twilight or writing down a date from his past, that he has lost something infinite? ― Jorge Luis Borges, from “Paradiso, XXXI, 108,” Dreamtigers. (University of Texas Press; 13th ed. edition 1985) Originally published 1960 as El Hacedor.

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