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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — The rights to the works of the late Jorge Luis Borges, thought-about Argentina’s most internationally important writer of the twentieth century, have fallen into limbo as a result of his widow died final month with out a will.

The revelation this week shocked the nation’s literary circles, as a result of Borges’ spouse, Maria Kodama, devoted a lot of her life to fiercely defending his legacy. She arrange a basis underneath the author’s title, however didn’t element plans for what ought to occur after she died, regardless that she was battling breast most cancers.

“If there actually is not any will, it’s shocking,” mentioned Santiago Llach, a author who’s a specialist on Borges’ work. He mentioned the announcement by Kodama’s longtime lawyer, Fernando Soto, that there was no will “generated buzz on social media and elsewhere.”

Borges died in 1986 at age 86 and left Kodama, a translator and author whom he had married earlier that yr, as his solely inheritor. They by no means had kids. She died March 26, additionally aged 86.

A day after Soto made his announcement, 5 of Kodama’s nephews went to courtroom Tuesday to declare themselves her heirs, searching for to get possession to all of her possessions, together with the rights to Borges’ works and what are regarded as a number of invaluable manuscripts.

Soto mentioned he didn’t know that Kodama hadn’t organized for a will to be drawn up. “It’s superb,” he mentioned.

“She didn’t like to speak about these points,” the lawyer added. “She didn’t discuss her loss of life.”

Soto mentioned he as soon as requested Kodama about what would occur with Borges’ rights after her loss of life and “she instructed me she had every thing organized and it will be ‘somebody stricter than me.’”

He recalled that Kodama mentioned she would name on universities in Japan and america to “handle the works,” however didn’t say what colleges she had in thoughts. Soto famous she typically gave talks at each Harvard College and the College of Texas.

Borges’ widow led a life aside from her household.

“She denied the existence of her household,” Llach mentioned. “I’ve author pals who knew her nephews and requested about them and she or he denied their existence. It was fairly putting.”

Soto mentioned he was “shocked to search out out she had nephews,” including that “it was an enormous aid as a result of I didn’t need the state to maintain every thing.”

In response to Argentine legislation, if there isn’t any will and no pure heirs, an individual’s property is taken over by the state.

Some individuals have raised the likelihood {that a} Kodama will could also be discovered as soon as a listing of all her possessions is carried out, however Soto mentioned he considers that as “completely inconceivable.”

“She would have by no means performed that, she would have by no means written a will on her personal,” he mentioned.

Llach mentioned that if actually there isn’t any will, the query turns into whether or not “it was only a easy oversight, a punk gesture of ‘I don’t give a rattling about all of that,’ or maybe additionally a means of repairing a non-relationship together with her nephews and household.”

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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — The rights to the works of the late Jorge Luis Borges, thought-about Argentina’s most internationally important writer of the twentieth century, have fallen into limbo as a result of his widow died final month with out a will.

The revelation this week shocked the nation’s literary circles, as a result of Borges’ spouse, Maria Kodama, devoted a lot of her life to fiercely defending his legacy. She arrange a basis underneath the author’s title, however didn’t element plans for what ought to occur after she died, regardless that she was battling breast most cancers.

“If there actually is not any will, it’s shocking,” mentioned Santiago Llach, a author who’s a specialist on Borges’ work. He mentioned the announcement by Kodama’s longtime lawyer, Fernando Soto, that there was no will “generated buzz on social media and elsewhere.”

Borges died in 1986 at age 86 and left Kodama, a translator and author whom he had married earlier that yr, as his solely inheritor. They by no means had kids. She died March 26, additionally aged 86.

A day after Soto made his announcement, 5 of Kodama’s nephews went to courtroom Tuesday to declare themselves her heirs, searching for to get possession to all of her possessions, together with the rights to Borges’ works and what are regarded as a number of invaluable manuscripts.

Soto mentioned he didn’t know that Kodama hadn’t organized for a will to be drawn up. “It’s superb,” he mentioned.

“She didn’t like to speak about these points,” the lawyer added. “She didn’t discuss her loss of life.”

Soto mentioned he as soon as requested Kodama about what would occur with Borges’ rights after her loss of life and “she instructed me she had every thing organized and it will be ‘somebody stricter than me.’”

He recalled that Kodama mentioned she would name on universities in Japan and america to “handle the works,” however didn’t say what colleges she had in thoughts. Soto famous she typically gave talks at each Harvard College and the College of Texas.

Borges’ widow led a life aside from her household.

“She denied the existence of her household,” Llach mentioned. “I’ve author pals who knew her nephews and requested about them and she or he denied their existence. It was fairly putting.”

Soto mentioned he was “shocked to search out out she had nephews,” including that “it was an enormous aid as a result of I didn’t need the state to maintain every thing.”

In response to Argentine legislation, if there isn’t any will and no pure heirs, an individual’s property is taken over by the state.

Some individuals have raised the likelihood {that a} Kodama will could also be discovered as soon as a listing of all her possessions is carried out, however Soto mentioned he considers that as “completely inconceivable.”

“She would have by no means performed that, she would have by no means written a will on her personal,” he mentioned.

Llach mentioned that if actually there isn’t any will, the query turns into whether or not “it was only a easy oversight, a punk gesture of ‘I don’t give a rattling about all of that,’ or maybe additionally a means of repairing a non-relationship together with her nephews and household.”

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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — The rights to the works of the late Jorge Luis Borges, thought-about Argentina’s most internationally important writer of the twentieth century, have fallen into limbo as a result of his widow died final month with out a will.

The revelation this week shocked the nation’s literary circles, as a result of Borges’ spouse, Maria Kodama, devoted a lot of her life to fiercely defending his legacy. She arrange a basis underneath the author’s title, however didn’t element plans for what ought to occur after she died, regardless that she was battling breast most cancers.

“If there actually is not any will, it’s shocking,” mentioned Santiago Llach, a author who’s a specialist on Borges’ work. He mentioned the announcement by Kodama’s longtime lawyer, Fernando Soto, that there was no will “generated buzz on social media and elsewhere.”

Borges died in 1986 at age 86 and left Kodama, a translator and author whom he had married earlier that yr, as his solely inheritor. They by no means had kids. She died March 26, additionally aged 86.

A day after Soto made his announcement, 5 of Kodama’s nephews went to courtroom Tuesday to declare themselves her heirs, searching for to get possession to all of her possessions, together with the rights to Borges’ works and what are regarded as a number of invaluable manuscripts.

Soto mentioned he didn’t know that Kodama hadn’t organized for a will to be drawn up. “It’s superb,” he mentioned.

“She didn’t like to speak about these points,” the lawyer added. “She didn’t discuss her loss of life.”

Soto mentioned he as soon as requested Kodama about what would occur with Borges’ rights after her loss of life and “she instructed me she had every thing organized and it will be ‘somebody stricter than me.’”

He recalled that Kodama mentioned she would name on universities in Japan and america to “handle the works,” however didn’t say what colleges she had in thoughts. Soto famous she typically gave talks at each Harvard College and the College of Texas.

Borges’ widow led a life aside from her household.

“She denied the existence of her household,” Llach mentioned. “I’ve author pals who knew her nephews and requested about them and she or he denied their existence. It was fairly putting.”

Soto mentioned he was “shocked to search out out she had nephews,” including that “it was an enormous aid as a result of I didn’t need the state to maintain every thing.”

In response to Argentine legislation, if there isn’t any will and no pure heirs, an individual’s property is taken over by the state.

Some individuals have raised the likelihood {that a} Kodama will could also be discovered as soon as a listing of all her possessions is carried out, however Soto mentioned he considers that as “completely inconceivable.”

“She would have by no means performed that, she would have by no means written a will on her personal,” he mentioned.

Llach mentioned that if actually there isn’t any will, the query turns into whether or not “it was only a easy oversight, a punk gesture of ‘I don’t give a rattling about all of that,’ or maybe additionally a means of repairing a non-relationship together with her nephews and household.”

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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — The rights to the works of the late Jorge Luis Borges, thought-about Argentina’s most internationally important writer of the twentieth century, have fallen into limbo as a result of his widow died final month with out a will.

The revelation this week shocked the nation’s literary circles, as a result of Borges’ spouse, Maria Kodama, devoted a lot of her life to fiercely defending his legacy. She arrange a basis underneath the author’s title, however didn’t element plans for what ought to occur after she died, regardless that she was battling breast most cancers.

“If there actually is not any will, it’s shocking,” mentioned Santiago Llach, a author who’s a specialist on Borges’ work. He mentioned the announcement by Kodama’s longtime lawyer, Fernando Soto, that there was no will “generated buzz on social media and elsewhere.”

Borges died in 1986 at age 86 and left Kodama, a translator and author whom he had married earlier that yr, as his solely inheritor. They by no means had kids. She died March 26, additionally aged 86.

A day after Soto made his announcement, 5 of Kodama’s nephews went to courtroom Tuesday to declare themselves her heirs, searching for to get possession to all of her possessions, together with the rights to Borges’ works and what are regarded as a number of invaluable manuscripts.

Soto mentioned he didn’t know that Kodama hadn’t organized for a will to be drawn up. “It’s superb,” he mentioned.

“She didn’t like to speak about these points,” the lawyer added. “She didn’t discuss her loss of life.”

Soto mentioned he as soon as requested Kodama about what would occur with Borges’ rights after her loss of life and “she instructed me she had every thing organized and it will be ‘somebody stricter than me.’”

He recalled that Kodama mentioned she would name on universities in Japan and america to “handle the works,” however didn’t say what colleges she had in thoughts. Soto famous she typically gave talks at each Harvard College and the College of Texas.

Borges’ widow led a life aside from her household.

“She denied the existence of her household,” Llach mentioned. “I’ve author pals who knew her nephews and requested about them and she or he denied their existence. It was fairly putting.”

Soto mentioned he was “shocked to search out out she had nephews,” including that “it was an enormous aid as a result of I didn’t need the state to maintain every thing.”

In response to Argentine legislation, if there isn’t any will and no pure heirs, an individual’s property is taken over by the state.

Some individuals have raised the likelihood {that a} Kodama will could also be discovered as soon as a listing of all her possessions is carried out, however Soto mentioned he considers that as “completely inconceivable.”

“She would have by no means performed that, she would have by no means written a will on her personal,” he mentioned.

Llach mentioned that if actually there isn’t any will, the query turns into whether or not “it was only a easy oversight, a punk gesture of ‘I don’t give a rattling about all of that,’ or maybe additionally a means of repairing a non-relationship together with her nephews and household.”

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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — The rights to the works of the late Jorge Luis Borges, thought-about Argentina’s most internationally important writer of the twentieth century, have fallen into limbo as a result of his widow died final month with out a will.

The revelation this week shocked the nation’s literary circles, as a result of Borges’ spouse, Maria Kodama, devoted a lot of her life to fiercely defending his legacy. She arrange a basis underneath the author’s title, however didn’t element plans for what ought to occur after she died, regardless that she was battling breast most cancers.

“If there actually is not any will, it’s shocking,” mentioned Santiago Llach, a author who’s a specialist on Borges’ work. He mentioned the announcement by Kodama’s longtime lawyer, Fernando Soto, that there was no will “generated buzz on social media and elsewhere.”

Borges died in 1986 at age 86 and left Kodama, a translator and author whom he had married earlier that yr, as his solely inheritor. They by no means had kids. She died March 26, additionally aged 86.

A day after Soto made his announcement, 5 of Kodama’s nephews went to courtroom Tuesday to declare themselves her heirs, searching for to get possession to all of her possessions, together with the rights to Borges’ works and what are regarded as a number of invaluable manuscripts.

Soto mentioned he didn’t know that Kodama hadn’t organized for a will to be drawn up. “It’s superb,” he mentioned.

“She didn’t like to speak about these points,” the lawyer added. “She didn’t discuss her loss of life.”

Soto mentioned he as soon as requested Kodama about what would occur with Borges’ rights after her loss of life and “she instructed me she had every thing organized and it will be ‘somebody stricter than me.’”

He recalled that Kodama mentioned she would name on universities in Japan and america to “handle the works,” however didn’t say what colleges she had in thoughts. Soto famous she typically gave talks at each Harvard College and the College of Texas.

Borges’ widow led a life aside from her household.

“She denied the existence of her household,” Llach mentioned. “I’ve author pals who knew her nephews and requested about them and she or he denied their existence. It was fairly putting.”

Soto mentioned he was “shocked to search out out she had nephews,” including that “it was an enormous aid as a result of I didn’t need the state to maintain every thing.”

In response to Argentine legislation, if there isn’t any will and no pure heirs, an individual’s property is taken over by the state.

Some individuals have raised the likelihood {that a} Kodama will could also be discovered as soon as a listing of all her possessions is carried out, however Soto mentioned he considers that as “completely inconceivable.”

“She would have by no means performed that, she would have by no means written a will on her personal,” he mentioned.

Llach mentioned that if actually there isn’t any will, the query turns into whether or not “it was only a easy oversight, a punk gesture of ‘I don’t give a rattling about all of that,’ or maybe additionally a means of repairing a non-relationship together with her nephews and household.”

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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — The rights to the works of the late Jorge Luis Borges, thought-about Argentina’s most internationally important writer of the twentieth century, have fallen into limbo as a result of his widow died final month with out a will.

The revelation this week shocked the nation’s literary circles, as a result of Borges’ spouse, Maria Kodama, devoted a lot of her life to fiercely defending his legacy. She arrange a basis underneath the author’s title, however didn’t element plans for what ought to occur after she died, regardless that she was battling breast most cancers.

“If there actually is not any will, it’s shocking,” mentioned Santiago Llach, a author who’s a specialist on Borges’ work. He mentioned the announcement by Kodama’s longtime lawyer, Fernando Soto, that there was no will “generated buzz on social media and elsewhere.”

Borges died in 1986 at age 86 and left Kodama, a translator and author whom he had married earlier that yr, as his solely inheritor. They by no means had kids. She died March 26, additionally aged 86.

A day after Soto made his announcement, 5 of Kodama’s nephews went to courtroom Tuesday to declare themselves her heirs, searching for to get possession to all of her possessions, together with the rights to Borges’ works and what are regarded as a number of invaluable manuscripts.

Soto mentioned he didn’t know that Kodama hadn’t organized for a will to be drawn up. “It’s superb,” he mentioned.

“She didn’t like to speak about these points,” the lawyer added. “She didn’t discuss her loss of life.”

Soto mentioned he as soon as requested Kodama about what would occur with Borges’ rights after her loss of life and “she instructed me she had every thing organized and it will be ‘somebody stricter than me.’”

He recalled that Kodama mentioned she would name on universities in Japan and america to “handle the works,” however didn’t say what colleges she had in thoughts. Soto famous she typically gave talks at each Harvard College and the College of Texas.

Borges’ widow led a life aside from her household.

“She denied the existence of her household,” Llach mentioned. “I’ve author pals who knew her nephews and requested about them and she or he denied their existence. It was fairly putting.”

Soto mentioned he was “shocked to search out out she had nephews,” including that “it was an enormous aid as a result of I didn’t need the state to maintain every thing.”

In response to Argentine legislation, if there isn’t any will and no pure heirs, an individual’s property is taken over by the state.

Some individuals have raised the likelihood {that a} Kodama will could also be discovered as soon as a listing of all her possessions is carried out, however Soto mentioned he considers that as “completely inconceivable.”

“She would have by no means performed that, she would have by no means written a will on her personal,” he mentioned.

Llach mentioned that if actually there isn’t any will, the query turns into whether or not “it was only a easy oversight, a punk gesture of ‘I don’t give a rattling about all of that,’ or maybe additionally a means of repairing a non-relationship together with her nephews and household.”

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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — The rights to the works of the late Jorge Luis Borges, thought-about Argentina’s most internationally important writer of the twentieth century, have fallen into limbo as a result of his widow died final month with out a will.

The revelation this week shocked the nation’s literary circles, as a result of Borges’ spouse, Maria Kodama, devoted a lot of her life to fiercely defending his legacy. She arrange a basis underneath the author’s title, however didn’t element plans for what ought to occur after she died, regardless that she was battling breast most cancers.

“If there actually is not any will, it’s shocking,” mentioned Santiago Llach, a author who’s a specialist on Borges’ work. He mentioned the announcement by Kodama’s longtime lawyer, Fernando Soto, that there was no will “generated buzz on social media and elsewhere.”

Borges died in 1986 at age 86 and left Kodama, a translator and author whom he had married earlier that yr, as his solely inheritor. They by no means had kids. She died March 26, additionally aged 86.

A day after Soto made his announcement, 5 of Kodama’s nephews went to courtroom Tuesday to declare themselves her heirs, searching for to get possession to all of her possessions, together with the rights to Borges’ works and what are regarded as a number of invaluable manuscripts.

Soto mentioned he didn’t know that Kodama hadn’t organized for a will to be drawn up. “It’s superb,” he mentioned.

“She didn’t like to speak about these points,” the lawyer added. “She didn’t discuss her loss of life.”

Soto mentioned he as soon as requested Kodama about what would occur with Borges’ rights after her loss of life and “she instructed me she had every thing organized and it will be ‘somebody stricter than me.’”

He recalled that Kodama mentioned she would name on universities in Japan and america to “handle the works,” however didn’t say what colleges she had in thoughts. Soto famous she typically gave talks at each Harvard College and the College of Texas.

Borges’ widow led a life aside from her household.

“She denied the existence of her household,” Llach mentioned. “I’ve author pals who knew her nephews and requested about them and she or he denied their existence. It was fairly putting.”

Soto mentioned he was “shocked to search out out she had nephews,” including that “it was an enormous aid as a result of I didn’t need the state to maintain every thing.”

In response to Argentine legislation, if there isn’t any will and no pure heirs, an individual’s property is taken over by the state.

Some individuals have raised the likelihood {that a} Kodama will could also be discovered as soon as a listing of all her possessions is carried out, however Soto mentioned he considers that as “completely inconceivable.”

“She would have by no means performed that, she would have by no means written a will on her personal,” he mentioned.

Llach mentioned that if actually there isn’t any will, the query turns into whether or not “it was only a easy oversight, a punk gesture of ‘I don’t give a rattling about all of that,’ or maybe additionally a means of repairing a non-relationship together with her nephews and household.”

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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — The rights to the works of the late Jorge Luis Borges, thought-about Argentina’s most internationally important writer of the twentieth century, have fallen into limbo as a result of his widow died final month with out a will.

The revelation this week shocked the nation’s literary circles, as a result of Borges’ spouse, Maria Kodama, devoted a lot of her life to fiercely defending his legacy. She arrange a basis underneath the author’s title, however didn’t element plans for what ought to occur after she died, regardless that she was battling breast most cancers.

“If there actually is not any will, it’s shocking,” mentioned Santiago Llach, a author who’s a specialist on Borges’ work. He mentioned the announcement by Kodama’s longtime lawyer, Fernando Soto, that there was no will “generated buzz on social media and elsewhere.”

Borges died in 1986 at age 86 and left Kodama, a translator and author whom he had married earlier that yr, as his solely inheritor. They by no means had kids. She died March 26, additionally aged 86.

A day after Soto made his announcement, 5 of Kodama’s nephews went to courtroom Tuesday to declare themselves her heirs, searching for to get possession to all of her possessions, together with the rights to Borges’ works and what are regarded as a number of invaluable manuscripts.

Soto mentioned he didn’t know that Kodama hadn’t organized for a will to be drawn up. “It’s superb,” he mentioned.

“She didn’t like to speak about these points,” the lawyer added. “She didn’t discuss her loss of life.”

Soto mentioned he as soon as requested Kodama about what would occur with Borges’ rights after her loss of life and “she instructed me she had every thing organized and it will be ‘somebody stricter than me.’”

He recalled that Kodama mentioned she would name on universities in Japan and america to “handle the works,” however didn’t say what colleges she had in thoughts. Soto famous she typically gave talks at each Harvard College and the College of Texas.

Borges’ widow led a life aside from her household.

“She denied the existence of her household,” Llach mentioned. “I’ve author pals who knew her nephews and requested about them and she or he denied their existence. It was fairly putting.”

Soto mentioned he was “shocked to search out out she had nephews,” including that “it was an enormous aid as a result of I didn’t need the state to maintain every thing.”

In response to Argentine legislation, if there isn’t any will and no pure heirs, an individual’s property is taken over by the state.

Some individuals have raised the likelihood {that a} Kodama will could also be discovered as soon as a listing of all her possessions is carried out, however Soto mentioned he considers that as “completely inconceivable.”

“She would have by no means performed that, she would have by no means written a will on her personal,” he mentioned.

Llach mentioned that if actually there isn’t any will, the query turns into whether or not “it was only a easy oversight, a punk gesture of ‘I don’t give a rattling about all of that,’ or maybe additionally a means of repairing a non-relationship together with her nephews and household.”

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