Jorge Luis Borges  http://literatureart.files.wordpress.com/2009/07/jorge-luis-borges.jpg
The brilliant Argentinian writer behind “Ficciones” worked as an assistant in the Buenos Aires Municipal Library, and eventually because the director of the National Library. Libraries greatly influenced his labyrinthine work. At a late age, Borges lost his eyesight, and has been jokingly referred to as “the blind librarian.”

 

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