Elisa Carrion publicly fired the writer and translator Mary Kodama, her friend, to whom she dedicated some heartfelt words. “She was an extraordinary woman,” said the reference of the Civic Coalition about the widow of Jorge Luis Borgeswho passed away at the age of 86.
‘Lilith’ He also defined it as “owner of the heart of Borges, who administered a legacy many times misunderstood”.
“We came to say goodbye to María Kodama, who was an extraordinary woman, owner of the heart of Borges who administered a legacy that was often misunderstood. I knew her a lot and loved her very much. I would have liked to say goodbye to her,” said the leader in a video that He published on his social networks on the day of his last goodbye.
María Kodama, widow and main disseminator of the work of Jorge Luis Borges, died
“Well, here I am with Claudia, with all her friends, a small group of friends who have always been with her. If today Borges is who he is in the world, it is also because of his legacy“Carrio said.
In this sense, he stressed that “there is no book on neuroscience, philosophy, or genealogy like Foucault, there are no science books that do not refer to Borges.”
In this context, he continued: “Words and things, neuroscience books like Fabián Quiroga’s about the world of Borges and the history of the hippocampus brain, the history of concepts, also a mystic.”
Lastly, the former congresswoman also greeted her on behalf of the institution she directs, the Hannah Arendt Institute, where Kodama taught. “Hopefully I find the papers that she gave at the Institute. Well, the Hannah Arendt Institute dismisses you And personally, my friend, I say goodbye to you with all my heart. A kiss,” he closed.
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