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Hi Melusine et al.,

Arestrup looks like a Danish name to me.

Regarding the name Nils Runeberg, there was a Finnish national poet named Runeberg, though his family was Swedish.

I haven't read the book in question, but am intrigued enough by what people have had to say to add Borges to my reading list (which gets longer daily.)

As far as constructing a name for a character who's discussing biblical matters, I'd add to the things others have mentioned, that -bergs are often Jewish - would that make any sense?

John

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Borges on Jesus and Judas 979 ananda 01-Mar-04 22:44
Re: Borges on Jesus and Judas 213 Briffits 01-Mar-04 23:52
A little on Runeberg and his "superfluous Judas" argument 209 ananda 02-Mar-04 01:58
Re: A little on Runeberg and his "superfluous Judas" argument 189 Briffits 02-Mar-04 08:54
Yes, Runeberg is a fictional creation 217 ananda 02-Mar-04 13:24
Re: Yes, Runeberg is a fictional creation 199 javier 02-Mar-04 17:46
Re: Yes, Runeberg is a fictional creation 234 ananda 02-Mar-04 20:29
Lund is in Sweden, /t 1032 Briffits 02-Mar-04 20:38
Re: Lund is in Sweden, /t 209 ananda 02-Mar-04 21:47
Re: Lund is in Sweden, /t 276 Briffits 02-Mar-04 22:09
Re: Lund is in Sweden, /t 212 javier 03-Mar-04 12:04
Lund is in Sweden, n/t 181 Briffits 02-Mar-04 20:38
Re: Borges on Jesus and Judas 214 Melusine 04-Mar-04 02:04
Re: Borges on Jesus and Judas 187 timewaster 04-Mar-04 03:29
Re: Borges on Jesus and Judas 198 ananda 04-Mar-04 12:52
Re: Borges on Jesus and Judas 203 Bent 04-Mar-04 16:43
Re: Borges on Jesus and Judas 175 ananda 04-Mar-04 17:03
Re: Borges on Jesus and Judas 198 Bent 04-Mar-04 17:14
Re: Borges on Jesus and Judas 233 ananda 04-Mar-04 18:09
Re: Borges on Jesus and Judas 353 Bent 04-Mar-04 18:22


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