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Within the context of the Psychology Faculty of the U.B.A, (University of Buenos Aires), under the degree subject "Psychoanalysis of the Lacanian orientation: clinic and writing"- whose chair is Dr. Prof. Inés Sotelo-, a series of meetings with various writers titled "why write?” have begun, by Daniela Fernández initiative. This series started with the great contemporary Argentine writer Alan Pauls, a few months after the publication of his book "History of money", -the last volume of his trilogy composed also by "History of crying" and "History of hair"-, and the recent reissue of his first novel "The shame of the pornographer". This time Alan Paul speaks of his relationship with writing, reading and Psychoanalysis. His generous answers reveal his writer’s knowledge and his numerous findings, such as Pauls’ three , his literary realism, hair tearing of the language, his digital apologue of writing, the handset poisoning, his being, life and death of the writer. Alan Pauls, is an Argentinian writer, film critic, screenwriter, and a visiting professor at Princeton University. Translated into more than ten languages; he published essays such as "Manuel Puig. Rita Hayworth's betrayal", "The Borges factor", "Life barefoot", and novels such as "The shame of the pornographer", "Wasabi"," The past2’’ (Premio Herralde 2003), "the Symposium", "History of crying", "History of hair", "History of money". Daniela Fernández is a member of the ECF, the EOL and the WAP. Teacher at "Psychoanalysis, Lacanian orientation: clinic and writing", University of Buenos Aires.
Episode 1

By Daniela Fernández
Author: Alan Pauls
21:57 minutes | Audio in Spanish | Recorded 31.05.2014
Episode 2

By Daniela Fernández
Author: Alan Pauls
26:43 minutes | Audio in Spanish | Recorded 31.05.2014
Episode 3

By Daniela Fernández
Author: Alan Pauls
31:41 minutes | Audio in Spanish | Recorded 31.05.2014
Episode 4

By Daniela Fernández
Author: Alan Pauls
27:39 minutes | Audio in Spanish | Recorded 31.05.2014
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