Maria Àngels Anglada

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Maria Àngels Anglada was a Catalan poet and novelist. She was born in Vic, Spain, in 1930. She received a degree in Classical Philology at the University of Barcelona. She died in 1999.[1] Her first novel, Les closes, won the Josep Pla Prize.[2] Her 1985 novel Sandàlies d'escuma (Sandals of Foam) won the Lletra d'Or Prize.[1]


  • Díptic (1972), poetry (with Núria Albó)
  • Les closes (1979), novel
  • Kyapartssia (1980)
  • No em dic Laura (1981), short stories
  • Viola d'amore (1983), novel
  • Columnes d'hores (1990), poetry
  • The Violin of Auschwitz (1994), novel
  • Sandàlies d'escuma (1985), novel
  • Quadern d'Aram (1997), novel


  1. ^ a b "Maria Angels Anglada". Associació d'Escriptors en Llengua Catalana. Retrieved 2010-09-23.
  2. ^ Katharina M. Wilson (1991). An Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers, vol. 2, p. 42. Taylor & Francis.

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