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Borges's Literary Idol

06/28/2010 11:51 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

More than any other 20th-century figure, Borges is the one designated -- and often dismissed as -- the Platonic ideal of Writer. His outrageous intellect is cited as proof of either his genius or of his bloodless cerebralism.

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