Borges and I - 782 Words
Borges and I
In “Borges and I” by Jorge Luis Borges, the author conveys the idea that Borges and “I” are the same person, but one is real and one is fake. The narrator, “I”, is describing who Borges is and “I”, himself, is, as if he and Borges were two people. Throughout the poem, the author uses imagery, quotes and truisms, and tone to imply that Borges is the fake part and that “I” is the real part of the same person.
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