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Jules verne ✓

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Jules verne ✓

French writer, Jules Verne or, as it is known in Spanish, July Verne. He was one of the great authors of the novels of Adventures and science fiction of the nineteenth century. Emphasizing its capacity for technological and social anticipation. Which has led him to be regarded as one of the fathers of the literary…

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Eduardo Mendoza ✅

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Eduardo Mendoza ✅

Spanish author, Eduardo Mendoza studied law in Barcelona, completing. Later, his training in London, where he specialized in sociology. After working in the banking sector, Mendoza decided to move to new York, where he was a translator at the UN. In 1975, still in the United States, it saw the light its first novel, The…

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Jordi Sierra i Fabra ✓

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Jordi Sierra i Fabra ✓

Jordi Sierra i Fabra is a Spanish music writer and commentator who was born on July 26, 1947 in Barcelona. Although he began writing with eight years, he finished his first long novel, of 500 pages, with only 12. He studied as a surveyor while working during the day in a construction company. And from…

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Carlos Ruiz Zafón ✅

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Carlos Ruiz Zafón  ✅

Carlos Ruiz Zafón Spanish writer and screenwriter, Carlos Ruiz Zafón is one of the best known contemporary authors in Spain. Being his novel The Shadow of the wind one of the bestselling books. of the last decade. With more than 12 million copies worldwide. Born in Barcelona, he studied at the Jesuit School of San…

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Oscar Wilde ✓

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Oscar Wilde ✓

Oscar Wilde was a British writer, poet and playwright, famous for his usual ingenuity and social sarcasm. He was born in the year 1854 in Dublin. In an aristocratic family and being the median of three brothers, he died in Paris in 1900. A prominent student at Trinty College in his hometown, Oscar Wilde finished…

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Agatha Christie ✅

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Agatha Christie ✅

An English writer, Agatha Christie is considered one of the greatest authors of crime and mystery of universal literature. His prolific work still drags a legion of followers. Being one of the most translated authors of the World and whose novels and stories are still the subject of reissues. Representations and adaptations to the cinema….

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Franz Kafka ✓

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Franz Kafka ✓

Czech writer of Jewish origin, Franz Kafka, is considered one of the great authors and most influential of the twentieth century. Thanks to his personal work and key to understanding the psychology of the characters. And the use of a stage on horseback between the real, the fantastic and the symbolic. He was born in…

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Arturo Pérez Reverte ✓

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Arturo Pérez Reverte ✓

Arturo Pérez Reverte was born in Cartagena, Spain, on November 25th, 1951. A writer and a graduate in journalism, he also studied three years of political science. He is currently dedicated exclusively to literature with special attention to the historical novel. Arturo Pérez Reverte. Member of the Royal Spanish Academy since 2003, press reporter. Radio…

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Patricia Highsmith ✅

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Patricia Highsmith  ✅

American writer, Patricia Highsmith, named Mary Patricia Plangman, moved from very young to new York. Graduated from 1942 at Barnard College. He worked for a publishing house making synopsis of comics. Beginning to write at the age of twenty-two. Patricia Highsmith lived some time between new York and Mexico, where he also published. Whatever that…

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Zygmunt Bauman ✓

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Zygmunt Bauman ✓

Polish sociologist, Zygmunt Bauman is one of the great European thinkers of today. Resident in England. Bauman exercises teaching at the University of Leeds and his work essay covers numerous subjects. Among those who should emphasize their personal treatment of the confrontation between modernity and postmodernity. As well as his work dedicated to labor movements…

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