Argentinean author Jorge Luis Borges acknowledged, �I�ve always been a great reader of Jung. . . . I read it as a kind of mythology, or as a kind of museum or encyclopedia of curious lores.� Borges contributed significantly to �magical realism,� a genre of Latin American fiction in which fantastic elements are blended into a realistic atmosphere. Borges�s short story La biblioteca de Babel describes a universe in the form of a vast library composed of endless interlocking hexagonal rooms that contain all possible books of a certain format. Described as �arguably the finest French printmaker of his generation,� Erik Desmazi�res (b. 1948) created fantasy spaces to complement Borges�s prose.