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The Library of Babel

The Library of Babel


by Jorge Luis Borges

The Library of Babel: Sometimes People Don't Make Sense in Any Language True or False

1. Hallways contain -> Circular staircases
2. Every hall features a -> Map
3. How are the titles selected for each book? -> It is pretty random
4. Which is not a rule of the Library? -> It has existed forever
5. At the end, what gives the narrator hope? ->