PEN Atlas: Alan Pauls on money as enigma

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.

Read ‘An enigma called money’ here.

A History of Money by Alan Pauls, translated by Ellie Robins, is recently published by Melville House UK. Read more about the book here.

 

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