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During the Spanish Civil War she was exiled to France, until it ended when she was 6 years old. She was educated at a religious boarding school in Barcelona. Her literary training was consolidated between and during her work at the legendary publishing house Seix Barral now part of Grupo Planeta , with Carlos Barral. Determined to write, she sold her publishing house in and began working as a part-time translator and editor for different organisations in the United Nations in several different cities around the world, leaving her more free time to dedicate to literature.
In she published Memoria de Almator , her first novel, which tells of a woman who is overprotected by her father, her husband and her lover, and ends up taking control of her own life. Azul was followed by Viaje a la luz del Cham , a narrative about her time in Syria, and Luna Lunera , an autobiographical novel set in Barcelona during the post-war times, for which she won the Ciutat de Barcelona Narrative Award.
Since then she has published several works, including Diario de una abuela de verano , which was made into a television series of the same title. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification.
Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately , especially if potentially libelous or harmful. El Mundo in Spanish. Retrieved 5 September Categories : births Living people Spanish women novelists Catalan women writers Writers from Barcelona 20th-century Spanish novelists 20th-century women writers 21st-century Spanish novelists 21st-century women writers.
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Diario de una abuela de Verano
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