Books by Juan José Saer

LA GRANDE by Juan José Saer
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 17, 2014

"Dolph's fine translation eases us through the dense paragraphs of this major addition to Saer's oeuvre."
This final novel by the renowned Argentine writer (1937-2005) is a daring, idiosyncratic work that examines the idea of an individual person navigating the whirl of random events that helps shape everyone's lives.Read full book review >
THE EVENT by Juan José Saer
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 1, 1995

"Only in such brief sequences does this soporific treatise shake itself awake and assume the welcome contours of living and breathing fiction."
The mind's freedom to invent and reshape reality is blunted by the dead weight of materialismin this sluggish metaphysical fantasy by the Argentine-born author of Nobody Nothing Never (1994), etc. In 1855, a Maltese-Italian magician and telepathist, Bianco, is exposed as a fake by a ``positivist cabal'' and forced to flee to the Argentine pampas. Read full book review >
NOBODY NOTHING NEVER by Juan José Saer
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 1994

"Here, alas, he conveys only murk."
More challenging fiction from the gifted author of The Witness (not reviewed). Read full book review >