Buenos Aires: Eterna Cadencia Editora, (Col. Ex Libris.), 2011. 1st ed. Paperback. 350p., wrps. NEW. Item #43740
"El común olvido" is a sentimental journey through scattered memory, following the protagonist, an Argentine academic who returns to a past family episode in which his mother stopped talking and a secret was conceived. Written by critic, academic and novelist Sylvia Molloy, known as one of the most powerful and original voices in contemporary fiction. She is also the author of “En breve cárcel” (1981), “Varia imaginación” (2003) and “Las letras de Borges” (1979), among other works, and currently holds the Albert Schweitzer Chair in the Humanities at NYU.