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Critical essays on jorge luis borges has 3 ratings and 1 review. The total library contains some hundred and fifty of jorge luis borges' non-fiction pieces, most of them literary criticism of one form or another — prologues, book reviews, biographies, and critical essays — ranging across language, writing, philosophy, poetry, politics, religion, translation, and more. Jorge luis borges was undoubtedly the most literary of all practitioners of the detective story in fact, he stated that he found within himself no other passion and almost no other exercise.