Borges the Argentine No one is the homeland—it is all of us. May that clear, mysterious fire burn Without ceasing, Continue reading
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If the Library of Babel is a library that is all libraries, then what if there was a book that is all books? What if, in the pages of a book, one could find infinity itself?