Maria de la Pau Janer

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Maria de la Pau Janer (Catalan pronunciation: [məˈɾi.ə ðə ɫə ˈpaw ʒəˈne]) (Majorca, 1966) is a writer from Spain who works in Spanish and Catalan. Her father, Gabriel Janer Manila, is also a well-known writer.

She got her PhD degree at the University of the Balearic Islands. She's a member of the Associació d'Escriptors en Llengua Catalana. She was married to Joan Oliver Araujo. They divorced and then she married Joan Corbella.[1]


  • L'hora dels eclipsis (1989), won Premi Andròmina
  • Màrmara (1993), won Premi Prudenci Bertrana
  • Natura d'anguila (1995), won Premi Carlemany
  • Orient, Occident (1997)
  • Lola (1999), won Premi Ramon Llull
  • Las mujeres que hay en mí (2002)
  • Pasiones romanas (2005), won Premio Planeta.


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