Publisher: A Condor Book, Souvenir Press (Educational & Academic) Ltd, London, 1973, UK 1st edition, hardback with unclipped dustjacket, 95 pages. Illus with woodcuts by Antonio Frasconi, introduction by Miguel Enguidanos. Cover, in red boards with black titling to spine, is in good, clean condition with a little bumping to spine extremities. Internally the book is in generally good, clean condition with no tears or significant marks. Attractively illustrated title page. Mark and slight creasing on ffep from possible removal of a library label and mark on publication details page (possible bleed-through from title page illustration). The dustjacket, which is not price-clipped and shows original price of £1.75) is in generally good, sound condition with some light shelfwear and handling marks and a small, closed tear at top front edge. In an interview, Borges stated that this was his favourite of all his books. A fascinating collection of writings by the great man, illustrated with woodcuts (including a stunning title page illustration.