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Recuerdo creo sus manos afiladas de trenzador. Recuerdo cerca de esas manos un mate, con las armas de la Banda Oriental; recuerdo en la ventana de la casa una estera amarilla, con un vago paisaje lacustre. Recuerdo claramente su voz; la voz pausada, resentida y nasal del orillero antiguo, sin los silbidos italianos de ahora. Mi primer recuerdo de Funes es muy perspicuo.

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Later, when the narrator inquired what had become of Funes, he was told that the latter "had been thrown by a wild horse at the San Francisco ranch, and that he been hopelessly crippled" It is at this point that the saga of Funes the memorious begins. For Funes, with only these texts and a dictionary, has learned Latin and memorized the texts. In fact, Funes, as a result of his injury, has learned to live in the present, a present that "was almost intolerable it was so rich and bright; the same was true of the most ancient and most trivial memories" His memory is so precise, so individual in detail that he develops a unique numbering system and that "in a very few days he had gone beyond twenty-four thousand" In lieu of five hundred, he would say nine [italicized in original]" In mathematical terms, Funes had treated each number as a prime, a unique integer without relation to other unique integers.

The narrator points this out to Funes, i. Funes did not understand me, or did not wish to understand me" Funes was, "let us not forget, almost incapable of general, platonic ideas. It was not only difficult for him to understand that the generic term dog [italicized in original] embraced so many unlike specimens of differing sizes and different forms; he was disturbed by the fact that a dog at three-fourteen seen in profile should have the same name as the dog at three-fifteen seen from the front " Although the ending is not a surprise ending, I shall desist from revealing it since there is a touch of irony in it.

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Later, when the narrator inquired what had become of Funes, he was told that the latter "had been thrown by a wild horse at the San Francisco ranch, and that he been hopelessly crippled" It is at this point that the saga of Funes the memorious begins. For Funes, with only these texts and a dictionary, has learned Latin and memorized the texts. In fact, Funes, as a result of his injury, has learned to live in the present, a present that "was almost intolerable it was so rich and bright; the same was true of the most ancient and most trivial memories"

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Funes the Memorious

Savants[ edit ] Funes may be compared to an autistic savant , in that he has acquired an extraordinary ability, memory , without the obvious need for study or practice. The story raises the unresolved question of how much unfulfilled potential the human brain truly contains. Even in these cases, however, the memory is not eidetic as, while exceptional, it only contains personally-relevant autobiographical information [3] Wasted miracles[ edit ] The early death of Funes echoes the idea of unfulfilled potential, the wasted miracle of a plainsman with phenomenal abilities who lives and dies in obscurity. Counting systems[ edit ] Funes claims to have invented a system of enumeration which gives every numeral up to at least 24, its own arbitrary name. The narrator argues that a positional number system is a better tool for abstraction.

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