Bissige Analyse von Eduardo Mendoza

Kultur / 06.03.2015 • 21:28 Uhr / 1 Minuten Lesezeit
Spanish writer Eduardo Mendoza poses for the media in Barcelona, Spain, Saturday, Oct. 16, 2010. Eduardo Mendoza has won Spain's most lucrative literary prize for a novel set in Madrid on the eve of the country's devastating civil war. The Premio Planeta was announced late Friday at a ceremony in Barcelona and carries a Euro 601,000 ($846,750) cash award. Mendoza's novel

Spanish writer Eduardo Mendoza poses for the media in Barcelona, Spain, Saturday, Oct. 16, 2010. Eduardo Mendoza has won Spain’s most lucrative literary prize for a novel set in Madrid on the eve of the country’s devastating civil war. The Premio Planeta was announced late Friday at a ceremony in Barcelona and carries a Euro 601,000 ($846,750) cash award. Mendoza’s novel „Rina de gatos, Madrid 1936“ (Cat Fight, Madrid 1936) pits an imaginary character against a historically real person just before hostilities erupted in what became a three-year conflict. (Foto:Manu Fernandez/AP/dapd)