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Núria Añó Born February 10, 1973 (1973-02-10) (age 37) Lleida, Catalonia, Spain Occupation writer, novelist Nationality Spanish Genres social criticism nuriaanyo.com Núria Añó (born 1973, Lleida, Catalonia, Spain) is a Catalan writer and novelist. She lived in Mollerussa until she was nineteen. She studied Catalan Philology and German Language and today resides in Lleida where she works as both a writer and a translator. Añó started writing tales at a young age and published her first story in 1990. After that some of her short stories have been published in anthology books. In 1996 she was awarded the 18th City of Almenara Joan Fuster Prize for Fiction. One of her short stories 2066. Comença l'etapa de correcció (2066. Beginning the age of correction")[1] was translated in 2006 into Spanish, French, English, German, Italian and Polish. Her first novel Els nens de l'Elisa was third among the finalists for the 24th Ramon Llull Prize[2] for Catalan literature, the most relevant literary award in Catalan language. L'escriptora morta has been published in 2008. Núvols baixos is her most recent novel. Contents 1 Style 2 Bibliography 2.1 Short stories 2.2 Novels 3 See also 4 References 5 External links // Style Añó's writing style is very ambitious and risky, it focuses on the psychology of her characters, generally antiheroes avoiding Manichaeism.[3] "The characters are the most important" in her books, "much more than the topic".[4] Although her novels cover a multitude of topics, treat actual and socially relevant problems and frequently, the core of her stories remains unexplained. Añó asks the reader to discover the "deeper meaning"[5] and to become involved in the events presented. Bibliography Short stories Lluvia de primavera, La República Literaria 1991. Dones i Literatura a Lleida Ajuntament de Lleida, 1997 (collective book). VIII Concurs de Narrativa Mercè Rodoreda, Ràdio Molins de Rei, 1997 (collective book). Estrenes, Universitat de Lleida, 2005 (collective book). 2066. Comença l'etapa de correcció, Cafebabel, Paris, 2006. Novels Els nens de l'Elisa (Elisa's Children); Omicron 2006 ISBN 8496496260 EAN 9788496496262 L'escriptora morta (The Dead Writer); Omicron 2008 ISBN 9788496496651 Núvols baixos (Low Clouds); Omicron 2009 ISBN 9788492544288 See also Catalan-speaking Countries portal Catalan literature References ^ 2066. Beginning the age of correction". Cafebabel, June 19, 2006. (English) ^ "Deu obres passen a la recta final del Premi Ramon Llull". Vilaweb, January 28, 2004. ^ "Not, A.: Critic review of the book Els nens de l'Elisa, in: Ateneu, La Mañana, September 24, 2006, page 63. ^ "Sáez, A.: Interview with the author, in: Segre, September 12, 2006. ^ "La leridana Núria Añó narra la historia de una actriz en la madurez de su profesión". La Mañana, June 28, 2009. External links Núria Añó Official website (Catalan) (Spanish) Association of Catalan Language Writers (Catalan) Dones i Cultura (Catalan) Qui és qui. Cercador de les lletres Catalanes (Catalan) El Poder de la Palabra (Spanish) ISBN Base de datos de libros editados en España (Spanish) Persondata Name Añó, Núria Alternative names Short description Catalan writer novelist Date of birth 1973-02-10 Place of birth Lleida, Catalonia, Spain Date of death Place of death This article about a Catalan writer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e