Mercedes Salisachs

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Mercedes Salisachs Roviralta (18 September 1916 – 8 May 2014) was a Spanish writer. He began his career when he was a teenager. He retired in 2006.

Salisachs was born in Barcelona, Spain.

In 1956, he won the City of Barcelona Prize with the work A Woman Comes to Town. In 1983, he won the Ateneo de Sevilla prize for his work Lack Volume and in 2004, he won an award with Fernando Lara for his work The Last Maze.

Salisachs died in Barcelona from natural causes, aged 97.[1]

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  1. "Muere a los 97 años Mercedes Salisachs". ELMUNDO. 9 May 2014.