Edith Nesbit and Jorge Luis Borges

Mariam Bourhan el Din


Both Nesbit and Borges draw on esoteric notions, both invent fiction where extraordinary phenomenon play a role in understanding reality and both exploit the literary possibilities of the esoteric tradition. These affinities denote a more than coincidental correlation and suggest possible influences of the English writer on Borges’ short stories.

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Estudios Ingleses de la Universidad Complutense
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