Nicholas Boyle : Goethe. Der Dichter in seiner Zeit. Band II: 1790 bis 1803, München 1999, S. 519. •
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Jorge Luis Borges : El libro, in: Obras completas 1975–1988, Madrid 2005, 177–184, hier 177.