Annoying Errata in the 2007 edition of Labyrinths by Jorge Luis BorgesThe main reason for noting these errors is that this was supposed to be a corrected version of the book, and considering the late publication date, it's liable to be the long-term printed archival copy for many years from this... Ergo, my annoyance about these mistakes:
On page 64, it says "neither than nor later" when it should read "neither then nor later".
On page 92, on the next to last line of the page "tthe sergeant" should obviously be "the sergeant".
On page 110, where it says "and unforeseen wall" the intention must have been "an unforeseen wall".
Most seriously and egregiously, page 190 is an inserted reprint of page 188, with one inserted phrase: "and that man will destroy my world as I have destroyed the books." It isn't certain if page 189 properly continues to page 191, though it does read in a plausible way.
Having vented the spleen of my annoyance, I can still conclude that it was an interesting and thought-provoking book to read.