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Re: Borges: "Most Important 20th Century Writer"?

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My favorite Borges stories are "Death and the Compass," "The South" and "The Immortal."
All fine stories. I'm a fan of "The Wait", "Emma Zunz", "The Zahir", and "Ragnarok". Truth be told, I cherish at least half of Borges' output.
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