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Serodino, Santa Fe, Argentina, 28 June Married to Laurence Gueguen in a second marriage, one daughter; one son from his first marriage.
El Concepto De Ficción Juan José Saer
Taught concept Universidad del Litoral, Argentina; moved to Paris and later on began to teach at Universite de Rennes, France, where he spent most of his academic career, Nadal prize, for La ocasion, El limonero real by Graciela Montaldo, ; Genealogias culturales: Kuan Jose Saer is one of the most innovative jowe of Latin American contemporary fiction.
In his family moved to Santa Fe, the city where he developed most of his career in Argentina. In he began to publish poems, short stories, and essays in the newspaper El Litoral of Santa Fe. In this period he met the poet Juan L. Ortiz, a strong influence on the group of intellectuals he belonged to, along with the poet Hugo Gola, the film director Raul Beceyro and other young writers and journalists.
SAER, Juan Jose (LITERATURE)
In he settled in Colastine, a small town on the coast of Parana river in Santa Fe. In he received a scholarship that allowed him to move to Paris, where he still lives.
He never returned to live permanently in Argentina. Saer never lived in Buenos Aires and, in a sense, his literature occupies a peripheral position in respect to canonical voices cconcepto Argentine literature, like Jorge Luis Borges or Julio Cortazar.
His work can by identified with that of other writers that although being contemporaries of the so called Latin American Literary Boom of the sl, adopted divergent literary forms, with a closer approach to realism.
In the same manner, his position in the cultural domain is distanced from the literary market and his work has been appreciated with great interest primarly in academic circles. During a saeg period of time he was considered a writer to be read only by other writers. His narrative production starts inwith the publication of En la zona [In the Zone], his doncepto volume of short stories. Since then Saer has been publishing with regularity literary pieces transversed by a set of constant thematic and formal interests, which have defined him as an author with a solid literary project.
A great part of his narrative work can be read as a saga, which places the center of attention on a geographic region, with similarities to Santa Fe, on the banks of Parana river, in the northeast of Argentina. In texts like La vuelta completa, Cicatrices, and Nadie nada nunca Nobody, Nothing, Neverand Glosa a same josw of characters—young, middle class intelectuals from the provinces—are protagonists of the argument and are the object of a sequence of passages that narrate different episodes that take place under the same scenario but under different historical circumstances.
In other cases he maintains unaltered the spacial setting and varies the social status of the protagonists—such is the case of El limonero real, where he narrates the daily life of a group of semi-analphabetic farmers who inhabit the islands of the region— or the historical time—such is the case of El entenado Witness.
Even though it is his eleventh book, in a chronological sense he describes the origins of the region that represents the basis of his narration. The argument recreates the story of a young Spaniard captured by the Colastine Natives in times of the Conquest and Discovery of America, and his latter return to Spain, where he writes the memories of his experience.
Although the novel has certain similarities with the genre of historical novels, in fact it is quite different. Witness belongs to a type of narrative with a complex relation with the past, that rewrites chronicles and documents from the conquest. That becomes a form of exploration and questioning, particularly in relation to the perception of concetpo and its role in the construction of identity.
More recent works, such as La ocasion The Event and Las nubes, Saer has introduced representations of the past. The critics have eel a clear cut in his work, determined by doncepto exile. A first juvenile period can be traced up to Unidad de lugar. His next book, Cicatrices, was published in Buenos Aires when Saer had already settled in France, and from that point onwards, a new cycle began in which two of his major concerns are highlighted, experience and perception.
At least two of his books take the military dictatorship in Argentina as a subject: Nobody, Nothing, Never makes indirect reference to torture and the Dirty War, and Glosa refers to political activism, the desaparecidos and exile.
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But the central problem that runs through his literary production is representation and the capacity of verbal language to express reality. This interest, which has provoked comparisons with the French nouveau roman and with authors such as Alain Robbe-Grillet and Nathalie Sarraute, conforms the most persistent nucleus of his literature: Besides his narrative work, Saer has published a book of poetry, El arte de narrar, a long essay titled El rio sin orillas and has written articles of literary criticism collected in El concepto de ficcion.
Publications Collections Narraciones 1 y 2. Fiction En la zona.
Poetry El arte de narrar.