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Cambrils. Centro Civico Les Basses. Poetry.

03 February 2012


URV Cambrils POETRY WORKSHOP Reading poems JORDI JULIA Friday, February 3, 2012 • 7 pm Civic Center "Les Basses" - Cambrils Jordi Julia (San Celoni, Barcelona, ​​1972) Poet and essayist. PhD in Literary Theory and Comparative Literature and Professor of these specialties in the Autonomous University of Barcelona since 1995. As an essayist, Spanish and Catalan, has published over a dozen titles (on literary criticism, comparatismo and contemporary literature and postmodern), and his books have earned awards within and outside Catalonia: the award Dámaso Alonso (Univ. Santiago de Compostela), Siglo XXI (Mexico), or, most recently, Miguel de Unamuno 2008 in Bilbao. His career as a poet began in 1998 with The Crickets have not killed, and since then has not been interrupted, as shown by their published eleven books, all originally written in Catalan and who have received awards for outstanding this language as the Floral Games in Barcelona in October poetry Valencia, Mallorca and Joan Alcover Prize for Poetry in Palma (achieved this past month). In his poems reflected the "reflexive realism" which he described as a common feature of the poetry of his generation (the study of the Modern World expendable, 2006). Although from the beginning of his poetry was influenced by the poetry of experience (as seen, for example, in his first opera in Retaining walls, 2004, or one of his most recent books: adverse circumstances, 2011), was also interested in experimental fiction and poetry: in his there has a novel in verse that is itself a mise en ABIME (Back on Monday, 2001) a long dramatic monologue female verses (under the light of Mars, 2006), and various books heteronyms (the defeated, 2004; mild winters, 2005, or a slight drizzle, 2009). In his later works has made a critical reflection on identity, the postmodern world and its moral uses: The gods of clay (2007), the pleasure principle (2007), Planisphere Moon (2008) and Poetics for a doll ( 2011).

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