Top Spanish writers

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Miguel de Cervantes
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This worldwide known novelist, poet and playwright born in Madrid is the author of Don Quixote, which is the most relevant character in Spanish literature. Given its importance, the novel has been been translated into more than 60 different languages.
Federico García Lorca
(1898 – 1936)
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He was born in La Fuente Vaqueros, in the south of Spain. He was a great Spanish playwright and poet who had a great influence on Spanish literature and theatre in the 20th century. "The House of Bernarda Alba" is his most famous work.
Arturo Pérez-Reverte
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He was born in Cartagena. He studied journalism, so he began his career as a war journalist. Years later he became a writer, and he lives off it. His most famous novel is Captain Alatriste.
Miguel de Unamuno
(1864 – 1936)
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Miguel de Unamuno is one of the most outstanding personalities of 20th century Spanish literature. Unamuno cultivated all genres: theatre, poetry, essays and prose. His most relevant work is Mist, a novel he wrote back in 1914.
Carlos Ruiz Zafón
(1964 –)
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He is a Spanish author who has written one of the most renowned bestsellers in contemporary Spanish literature, The Shadow Of The Wind. It has also been very successful internationally, in countries such as France and the United States.
Antonio Machado
(1875 – 1939)
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This renowned poet belonged to the Generation of 28. He was born in Seville, but later moved to Madrid to continue his studies. He loved nature and the countryside, so much of his work, such as Plains of Castile, speak of them.
Ana María Matute
(1925 - 2014)
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She is an outstanding Spanish novelist whose work describes the atmosphere of the Spanish post-war period. Her first novel, Los Abel, describes this complicated environment from a children's perspective. She also published many books for children.
Juan Ramón Jiménez
(1881 – 1958)
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This famous Spanish poet was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1956. His poetic work is very extensive, and he retouched many of his poems over time due to his perfectionism.
Lope de Vega
(1562 - 1635)
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He is one of the most important playwrights in Spanish culture. He is considered the true creator of the Spanish national theatre. In addition, he is a very prolific playwright, having written more than 1400 plays.
Benito Pérez Galdós
(1843 - 1920)
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He was a Spanish realist novelist. Many consider him the second best Spanish novelist after Cervantes. He is compared to Dickens and Tolstoy. Some of his most famous novels are Fortunata and Jacinta and Doña Perfecta.
Rosa Montero
(1951 -)
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Rosa is a writer and journalist who was born in Madrid. During her early career, she wrote for many well-known newspapers in Spain and in 1980 she was named editor of the Spanish magazine El Semanal. Her first novel was Absent Love: a Chronicle.

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