Maria Àngels Anglada
Maria Angels 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. Her first novel, Les Closes, won the Josep Pla Prize. Her 1985 novel Sandàlies d'escuma (Sandals of Foam) won the Lletra d'Or prize.
- Diptic (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
- "Maria Angels Anglada". Associació d'Escriptors en Llengua Catalana. Retrieved 2010-09-23.
- Katharina M. Wilson (1991). An Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers, vol. 2, p. 42. Taylor & Francis.
- Associació d'Escriptors en Llengua Catalana (accessed 09-2010) - English-language page about Anglada at The Catalan Language Writers' Association
- Webpage devoted to Maria Àngels Anglada at LletrA (UOC), Catalan Literature Online) (English)
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