About the Lecture
Jorge Luis Borges was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1899. This romantic Argentina gave birth to literature, football, tango and music in Port La Boca. Borges is praised as "the writer in the writer": his poetry is always and delicate, and his original labyrinth novel opens a new door for literary creation. His prose is simple and ingenious. If the great writers are the illegitimate sons of God, there is no doubt that Borges is definitely one of them.
Argentine artist Leandro Erlich (1973 - ) was also influenced by Borges. His works carry a restrained and unrestrained contradiction, just as the real and illusion of the world he created coexist. He challenges the stereotypes of people and the trajectory of "conventional custom" in social programs. Although this influence is far from parallel, it is not difficult to find the clues of Borges from Erlich's works - such as his attention to and use of themes or objects such as mirrors, dreams, labyrinths, gardens, and gods.
In the "Borges' Bo Er He Si", the presenter Zhu Xi tried to tell Borges in the way of Borges and talked about the creative relationship between artist Erlich and Borges.
About the Lecturer
Zhu Xi was born in Shanghai in July 1977. He is a Doctor of classical literature and novelist, and he coached at the Institute of Ancient Books of Shanghai Normal University. Dedicated to the study of Chinese literature outside the domain, he loves to write a book, and he is used to building writing on reading.