The One Before
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The One Before

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Juan José Saer
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Featuring some of Juan Saer's most loved characters, The One Before is his first story collection to appear in English.
"The most important Argentinian writer since Borges."The IndependentThe One Before is a triptych of sorts, consisting of a series of short piecescalled "Arguments"and two longer stories"Half-Erased" and "The One Before"all of which revolve around the ideas of exile and memory.Many of the characters who populate Juan José Saer's other novels appear here, including Tomatis, Ángel Leto, and Washington Noriega (who appear in La Grande, Scars, and The Sixty-Five Years of Washington, all of which are available from Open Letter). Saer's typical themes are on display in this collection as well, as is his idiosyncratic blend of philosophical ruminations and precise storytelling.From the story of the two characters who decide to bury a message in a bottle that simply says "MESSAGE," to Pigeon Garay's attempt to avoid the rising tides and escape Argentina for Europe, The One Before evocatively introduces readers to Saer's world and gives the already indoctrinated new material about their favorite characters.Juan José Saer was the leading Argentinian writer of the post-Borges generation. The author of numerous novels and short-story collections (including Scars and La Grande), Saer was awarded Spain's prestigious Nadal Prize in 1987 for The Event.Roanne Kantor is a doctoral student in comparative literature at the University of Texas at Austin. Her translation of The One Before won the 2009 Susan Sontag Prize for Translation. Her translations from Spanish have appeared in Little Star magazine, Two Lines, and Palabras Errantes.
Arguments     A Layman’s Thoughts on Painting     Regarding a Literary Argument     The Biography of Higinio Gómez     The Interpreter     Scent Memory     A Historian’s Insomnia     The Septuagenarian Poet     The Lookalike     Argument over the Term Zone     Anonymous Biography     Hands and Planets     The Mourner     Regarding Autumn Siestas     Friends     Beaches     Gandia’s Bar     White Hot     A Change of Residence     Veiled     The Mirror     My Name is Pigeon Garay     Memories     The Traveler     Abroad     The Scattering     The Body     On Dry Shore     Letter to the SeerHalf-ErasedThe One Before