Borges has ability to bring you into the multi-dimensional pockets of his hyperrealistic stories. A most romantic observer, and a wonderful story teller.Published on June 19 2004 by Elena Ho
The back cover of this book glibly promises "a biographical and critical introduction, as well as an extensive bibliography. Read morePublished on March 8 2004 by William J. Tychonievich
If you cannot gather from the title, Jorge Luis Borges' Labyrinths, is a collection of short stories and other writings based on labyrinths--you know, mazes. Read morePublished on Dec 2 2003 by Nobody!
6 Characters in Search of an Author and It is so if you think So are hardly sci-fi. Its called theatre of the absurd, folks, not sci-fi. Hey , Im a Lit major (B.A. Read morePublished on Sept. 2 2003
I believe it is in the introduction of Labyrinths where it is said that the reasons Borges never wrote a novel were because his short stories were so clear, so concise, that they... Read morePublished on Aug. 3 2003 by "netchild"
Several of the previous reviewers of LABYRINTHS have done an excellent job of discussing its nature and general contents as well as addressing Borges, his background, and his... Read morePublished on March 31 2003 by Loren D. Morrison
'Odd prose' is perhaps the best phrase for Borges, being nearly oxymoronic. For Borges's musings, it seems very appropos. Read morePublished on March 10 2003 by KNO2skull
If you enjoy poetry, you will love Borges' unique style.
If, like me, you're more inclined to philosophy you will love Borges' refreshing and entertaining treatment of classic... Read more
The short stories which comprise "Labyrinths" are all amazing. Borges is able to put his ideas into words unlike any writer I have studied. Read morePublished on April 13 2002 by D. Montros