Librarians in Babel

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  • Author : Debra A. Castillo
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 311 pages
  • ISBN : 978186723xxxx
  • Rating : /5 from reviews
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The Library of Babel

The Library of Babel
  • Author : Jorge Luis Borges,Erik Desmazieres
  • Publisher : Pocket Paragon
  • Release : 15 August 2022
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"Not many living artists would be sufficiently brave or inspired to attempt reflecting in art what Borges constructs in words. But the detailed, evocative etchings by Erik Desmazieres provide a perfect counterpoint to the visionary prose. Like Borges, Desmazieres has created his own universe, his own definition of the meaning, topography and geography of the Library of Babel. Printed together, with the etchings reproduced in fine-line duotone, text and art unite to present an artist's book that belongs in the

Librarians of Babel

Librarians of Babel
  • Author : Paola de Castro
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 30 January 2009
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A librarian’s main task is to acquire, organize, process, retrieve and disseminate information to all possible users, but also to communicate and develop professional skills in this field. This collection offers an introduction to the different challenges that librarians and information specialists are called upon to carry out in order to achieve effective communication through different media. The main elements of professional writing, conference or workshop organization power point presentations are outlined. Concise introduction to professional writing and conference

Librarians in Fiction

Librarians in Fiction
  • Author : Grant Burns
  • Publisher : McFarland
  • Release : 01 March 1998
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The depictions of librarians in over 374 novels, short stories, and plays in English are the focus of this fully annotated reference work. Librarians, no less than other professionals, want to know how they are depicted in fiction. The stereotypical or fictional librarian--the one with the bun, comfortable shoes, and dour demeanor--may be fading, but fiction teaches a lesson about public perception. Actually, story librarians are often described as adaptable, knowledgeable, shrewd, tactful, tender and intelligent--traits that the authors, and by

Rethinking Information Work A Career Guide for Librarians and Other Information Professionals 2nd Edition

Rethinking Information Work  A Career Guide for Librarians and Other Information Professionals  2nd Edition
  • Author : G. Kim Dority
  • Publisher : ABC-CLIO
  • Release : 22 February 2016
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A state-of-the-art guide to the world of library and information science that gives readers valuable insights into the field and practical tools to succeed in it. Identifies a broad range of Library and Information Science (LIS) career options Identifies professional skills and strengths needed in the LIS field Helps LIS students and practitioners perform a self-assessment to determine their "best fit" job preferences Examines the pros and cons of traditional, nontraditional, and independent LIS career paths Provides tips on using

Borges 2 0

Borges 2 0
  • Author : Perla Sassón-Henry
  • Publisher : Peter Lang
  • Release : 15 August 2022
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Borges 2.0: From Text to Virtual Worlds analyzes Jorge Luis Borges's «The Library of Babel», «The Garden of Forking Paths», and «The Intruder» from a tripartite perspective that encompasses literature, science, and technology. This book underscores developments in chaos theory during the 1980s and their intricate connections with Borges's works and the digital world. Without losing sight of this critical framework, this study also takes into account Deleuze and Guattari's rhizome theory and Umberto Eco's theory on labyrinths. Borges 2.0 is unique

Funny Fantasy

Funny Fantasy
  • Author : Gail Carriger,Esther Friesner,David Gerrold,Laura Resnick,Mike Resnick,Jim C. Hines,Tim Pratt,Jean Rabe
  • Publisher : UFO Publishing
  • Release : 26 April 2016
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From evil overlords to bumbling henchmen, talking cats to lovelorn fishermen, mad queens to wise opossums, the collected fourteen stories subvert popular fantasy tropes in surprising and delightful ways. This book collects some of the best funny fantasy fiction published in the past decade. Included are works by Hugo and Nebula Award winners, New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors, as well as up-and-coming talented writers. Includes the following stories: “Dave the Mighty Steel-Thewed Avenger” by Laura Resnick “Crumbs”

The Past that Poets Make

The Past that Poets Make
  • Author : Harold E. Toliver
  • Publisher : Harvard University Press
  • Release : 15 August 1981
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This analysis of the literary art of recapturing the past as the artist perceives it examines such questions as how a fictional narrative differs from other ways of seeing a past time; to what extent literature is nontemporal and to what extent it is tied to the institutions and traditions of its era; and how given works conjure up a sense of time.

Three Versions of Judas

Three Versions of Judas
  • Author : Richard G. Walsh
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 01 April 2016
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Judas Iscariot, known for his betrayal of Jesus, is a key figure in the Gospel narratives. As an insider become outsider, Judas demarcates Christian boundaries of good and evil. 'Three Versions of Judas' examines the role of Judas in Christian myth-making. The book draws on Jorge Luis Borges' "Three Versions of Judas" to present three Judases in the Gospels: a Judas necessary to the divine plan; a Judas who is a determined outsider, denying himself for God's glory; and a

Latin American Textualities

Latin American Textualities
  • Author : Heather J. Allen,Andrew R. Reynolds
  • Publisher : University of Arizona Press
  • Release : 11 December 2018
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Textuality is the condition in which a text is created, edited, archived, published, disseminated, and consumed. “Texts,” therefore, encompass a broad variety of artifacts: traditional printed matter such as grammar books and newspaper articles; phonographs; graphic novels; ephemera such as fashion illustrations, catalogs, and postcards; and even virtual databases and cataloging systems.\ Latin American Textualities is a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary look at textual history, textual artifacts, and digital textualities across Latin America from the colonial era to the present. Editors Heather

Borges and Kafka

Borges and Kafka
  • Author : Sarah Roger
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 20 January 2017
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Sarah Roger investigates Jorge Luis Borges's development as an author in light of Franz Kafka's influence, and in consideration of Borges's relationship with his father, Jorge Guillermo Borges (Borges pere, a failed author). Borges believed that much of Kafka's writing derived from his personal experiences, particularly his relationship with his father. This book looks at how reading Kafka helped Borges mediate and make productive use of his own relationship with his father, and it offers a thorough analysis of Borges