Buenos Aires-born Alan Pauls’s writing explores the complex connections between collective and individual memories and identities. With his latest book, A History of Money, the novelist and critic completes a trilogy exploring Argentina in the 70s. Here, he discusses the blurred line between writing fiction and writing history, and the magic and enigma of money.
A History of Money by Alan Pauls, translated by Ellie Robins, is recently published by Melville House UK. Read more about the book here.