Spanish novelist Juan Marse dies at 87

Barcelona, July 19

The literary company of Juan Marse says the Spanish novelist has died. He was 87.

The Carmen Balcells company introduced his passing on Sunday. It didn’t give a cause for his loss of life.

Marse was certainly one of Spain’s most-respected novelists over the previous few a long time and the winner of the 2008 Cervantes Prize, the Spanish-speaking world’s prime literary award.

Marse’s most necessary novel was “Úlitmas tardes on Teresa” (“Last Afternoons with Teresa”) printed in 1965. It chronicles the misadventure of a working-class adolescent who tries to win over a lady from the upscale aspect of Barcelona.

Marse, a local of the town, adopted that success with a number of different novels that kind a portrait of the social transformation of Spain throughout the latter a part of the 20th century. AP

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