“It has not displeased me to think of myself as Jewish.”
— Jorge Luis Borges, “I, a Jew”
For the last couple of years, I’ve been trying to decide if the stories of Jorge Luis Borges, the almost-Jewish Argentine writer, are appropriate for a Jewish book group I facilitate.
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