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The Garden of Forking Paths
The Garden of Forking Paths
by Jorge Luis Borges
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"In your country the novel is an inferior genre; in Ts'ui Pen's period, it was a despised one. Ts'ui Pen was a fine novelist but he was also a man of letters who, doubtless, considered himself more than a mere novelist." (53)

For Ts'ui Pen and Dr. Albert, what makes a novel worth writing or reading? Clearly it can't be all about plot – it has to have a deeper meaning. Isn't this what keeps us reading great literature today?

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