Juan Marsé Carbó (born 8 January 1933) is a Spanish novelist, journalist and screenwriter. In 2008 he was awarded the Miguel de Cervantes Prize, "the Spanish-language equivalent" to the Nobel Prize in Literature. He was born in Barcelona.
In 1974, he started a column in the magazine Por Favor. He wrote two novels about post-war Barcelona, Un día volveré (One Day I'll Come Back) and Ronda del Guinardó, followed by the collection of short stories, Teniente Bravo.
Works[change | change source]
- The Dark History of Cousin Montse (Jordi Cadena, 1977)
- Girl with the Golden Panties (Vicente Aranda, 1980)
- Last evening with Teresa (Gonzalo Herralde, 1984)
- If you say that I fell (Vicente Aranda, 1989)
- The Bilingual Lover (Vicente Aranda, 1993)
- Domenica (Wilma Labate, 2001) - adapted by Guinardó Round
- The Shanghai Spell (Fernando Trueba, 2002)
- Lolita's Club (Vicente Aranda, 2007)
References[change | change source]
- Flood, Alison (28 November 2008). "Catalan novelist Juan Marsé wins the 'Spanish Nobel prize'". The Guardian. Retrieved 28 May 2012.