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A Personal Anthology

Jorge Luis Borges

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Minor Requirements 30 credits from at least three departments whose approved courses are shown on the African studies website, jsis.washington.edu/africa/, including: Maximum 10 credits of language courses, which may include 5 credits at the third-year level or above from the Africa-relevant languages of Arabic, French, or Portuguese and 10 credits of Swahili at the second-year level or above Other courses not on the website may be approved by the program office.

Pages: 224

Publisher: Grove Press (January 14, 1994)

ISBN: 0802130771

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