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Title: Borges e la tradizione letteraria Argentina
Authors: Lenarduzzi, René
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Padova, Editoriale Programma
Abstract: Borges has been attacked by certain from his own country for the fact that his works do not reflect Argentinian cultural and literary tradition. Nevertheless, Borges's youthful works show clear traits of nationalism that the author gradually began to abandon around the forties. This article offers an explanation for this change and analyses the impact that Borges's work - both as writer and as critic - had on literary studies and on the interpretation of Argentinian literary history.
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