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  • Ramon Solsona

    Born in Barcelona in 1950, he is a novelist, poet and scriptwriter. His work reflects everyday realities with great richness of register and language, from humour through to reflection, together with complex structures and lively expression. He has published the novels...

  • Pere Gimferrer

    He began to study Arts and Law at the University of Barcelona but did not finish the degrees. He is one of the directors of the publishing house Seix Barral. He has translated into Spanish Ramon Llull, Ausiàs March, Beckett, Sade, Joan Brossa, and Gabriel Ferrater. Barcelona,...

  • Màrius Sampere

    Màrius Sampere was born in Barcelona on 28 December 1928 in carrer de la Igualtat (now called carrer de Cartagena) in the Guinardó neighbourhood. His father, Antoni Sampere Forns, was an office worker, as was his mother Adela Passarell Semper. Antoni Sampere was a tough,...

  • Màrius Torres

    He studied Medicine at the University of Barcelona and, having completed his studies, travelled through France and Italy in 1933. He was captivated by both countries and especially by the city of Florence. He worked for only a short time in Lleida as he very soon (1935)...

  • La plaça del Diamant (1962)

    This is Mercè Rodoreda’s most universal work. It has been translated into many languages and is considered to be one of the most important novels of the post-war period. It has been compared with the works of Proust and Joyce because of its willingness to explore inner...

  • Salvador Dalí

    Figueres, 1904-1989. Painter, sculptor, decorator and writer. The son of a notary, he studied at the Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes (School of Fine Arts) in Madrid where he lodged at the Students’ Residence and thus came into contact with the group of poets and artists...

  • Miquel Bauçà

    Carrer Marsala. El Vellard. L’escarcellera [The Siege in the Room. Three Novellas] This volume brings together three short novels by Catalan literature great maverick and recluse, each depicting a brutal, abstract world where words are the only reality? shifting between...

  • Catalan Poetry Week on the Internet

    Catalan Poetry Week on the Internet is an initiative of readers from several virtual communities who aim to make the quality and vitality of poetry in Catalan more visible on the Internet. To this end, we are making the most of the synergy between World Poetry Day (21 March)...

  • Carles Duarte

    The little I know has plenty to do with what I've read and what I've written. Mediterranean as I am, I understand life, above all, as the joy of existing and the desire to know. The Mediterranean is olive oil and wine and it's where the bluest horizons fuse, but it's also...

  • About LletrA Project

    Since December 2005, in collaboration with the Ramon Llull Institute and the Institute of Catalan Arts, lletrA Project has been offering specialist information and documentation on Catalan literature to readers, teachers, students, professionals and anyone in general interested...