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"Jorge Luis Borges was modest about his achievements as a poet. In his Obra poética, 1923–1964 he quoted these lines from Robert Louis Stevenson: “I do not set up to be a poet. Only an all-round literary man: a man who talks, not one who sings . . .”" Michael Caines on Alastair Reid's Borges • TLS


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