Jorge Luis Borges Quote

Little by little I came to realize the strange irony of events. I had always imagined Paradise as a kind of library. Others think of a garden or of a palace. There I was, the center, in a way, of nine hundred thousand books in various languages, but I found I could barely make out the title pages and the spines.


Seven Nights (1980). Blindness

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Little by little I came to realize the strange irony of events. I had always imagined Paradise as a kind of library. Others think of a garden or of a ...

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Little by little I came to realize the strange irony of events. I had always imagined Paradise as a kind of library. Others think of a garden or of a ...

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Little by little I came to realize the strange irony of events. I had always imagined Paradise as a kind of library. Others think of a garden or of a ...

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Little by little I came to realize the strange irony of events. I had always imagined Paradise as a kind of library. Others think of a garden or of a ...