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Enrique Anderson Imbert was born in Argentina in 1910. He has taught at many universities in Latin America and the United States, and is now the Victor S. Thomas Professor of Hispanic-American Literature at Harvard University. Anderson Imbert is one of the foremost contemporary critics of Latin American literature, and is credited with writing short parables long before Jorge Luis Borges approached the form. He has had more than a score of books published, including novels, short stories, essays, literary criticism, and a book-length collection of parables. A translation of many of his stories and parables has been published under the title The Other Side of the Mirror.