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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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

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The Plaster Cramp
  • Author : Christian Bök
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 11 September 2015
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Jorge Luis Borges in “The Library of Babel” imagines a hellish archive of books — a macrocosmic columbarium, whose infinite chambers provide an exhaustive repository for all the permutations of the alphabet. Inside this endless library, nonsensical texts so drastically outnumber any intelligible books that a coherent phrase must seem tantamount to a wondrous mishap. Poets within such a prisonhouse can no longer contribute anything innovative to literature, because literature itself has already anticipated and inventoried in advance all the anagrammatic

In the Stacks

In the Stacks
  • Author : Michael Cart
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 01 October 2008
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Libraries, with their miles and miles of books, are, for writers and readers alike, the magical portal to new worlds -- the source of terrors, delights, and pleasures aplenty. Here, noted author and librarian Michael Cart has gathered 19 enthralling stories about libraries and librarians. They range from a classic by Isaac Babel (¿The Public Library¿) to Jorge Luis Borges¿s brilliant tale of a library stretching to infinity (¿The Library of Babel¿), and from Lorrie Moore¿s contemporary masterpiece ¿Community

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Tar for Mortar
  • Author : Jonathan Basile
  • Publisher : Punctum Books
  • Release : 13 March 2018
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TAR FOR MORTAR offers an in-depth exploration of one of literature's greatest tricksters, Jorge Luis Borges. His short story "The Library of Babel" is a signature examplar of this playfulness, though not merely for the inverted world it imagines, where a library thought to contain all possible permutations of all letters and words and books is plumbed by pious librarians looking for divinely pre-fabricated truths. One must grapple as well with the irony of Borges's narration, which undermines at every

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  • Author : Christian Bök
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 11 September 2015
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Jorge Luis Borges in “The Library of Babel” imagines a hellish archive of books — a macrocosmic columbarium, whose infinite chambers provide an exhaustive repository for all the permutations of the alphabet. Inside this endless library, nonsensical texts so drastically outnumber any intelligible books that a coherent phrase must seem tantamount to a wondrous mishap. Poets within such a prisonhouse can no longer contribute anything innovative to literature, because literature itself has already anticipated and inventoried in advance all the anagrammatic

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The Combed Thunderclap
  • Author : Christian Bök
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 03 September 2015
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Jorge Luis Borges in “The Library of Babel” imagines a hellish archive of books — a macrocosmic columbarium, whose infinite chambers provide an exhaustive repository for all the permutations of the alphabet. Inside this endless library, nonsensical texts so drastically outnumber any intelligible books that a coherent phrase must seem tantamount to a wondrous mishap. Poets within such a prisonhouse can no longer contribute anything innovative to literature, because literature itself has already anticipated and inventoried in advance all the anagrammatic

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  • Author : Christian Bök
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 28 September 2015
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Jorge Luis Borges in “The Library of Babel” imagines a hellish archive of books — a macrocosmic columbarium, whose infinite chambers provide an exhaustive repository for all the permutations of the alphabet. Inside this endless library, nonsensical texts so drastically outnumber any intelligible books that a coherent phrase must seem tantamount to a wondrous mishap. Poets within such a prisonhouse can no longer contribute anything innovative to literature, because literature itself has already anticipated and inventoried in advance all the anagrammatic

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  • Author : Christian Bök
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 12 September 2015
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Jorge Luis Borges in “The Library of Babel” imagines a hellish archive of books — a macrocosmic columbarium, whose infinite chambers provide an exhaustive repository for all the permutations of the alphabet. Inside this endless library, nonsensical texts so drastically outnumber any intelligible books that a coherent phrase must seem tantamount to a wondrous mishap. Poets within such a prisonhouse can no longer contribute anything innovative to literature, because literature itself has already anticipated and inventoried in advance all the anagrammatic

In the Stacks

In the Stacks
  • Author : Michael Cart
  • Publisher : Duckworth Publishing
  • Release : 01 October 2004
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An anthology of short stories in defence of reading by some of the greatest practioners of the genre, including Isaac Babel, Italo Calvino, Jorge Luis Borges, Alice Munro, Lori Moore and H.H. Munro.