José Jiménez Lozano

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José Jiménez Lozano (born 13 May 1930) is a Spanish writer. In 2002 he was awarded the Miguel de Cervantes Prize.

Biography[edit]

Jiménez Lozano was born in Langa, a village in the province of Ávila. After finishing his studies in 1962, he became a journalist and writer, winning the Cervantes Prize in 2002. Not well known to the general public, he has emphasized religious and social themes in both his journalism and his novels.

Works[edit]

  • Historia de un otoño (novel) (1971)
  • El sambenito (novel) (1972)
  • La salamandra (novel) (1973)
  • El santo de mayo (novel) (1976)
  • Guía espiritual de Castilla (essays) (1984)
  • Avila (essays) (1988)
  • El grano de maíz rojo (novel) (1988)
  • El empleo (novel) (1989)
  • El mudejarillo (novel) (1992)
  • Tantas devastaciones (poems) (1992)
  • La boda de Ángela (novel) (1993)
  • Teorema de Pitágoras (novel) (1995)
  • Un fulgor tan breve (poems) (1995)
  • Las sandalias de plata (novel) (1996)
  • El tiempo de Eurídice (poems) (1996)
  • Los compañeros (novel) (1997)

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