Un andar solitario entre la gente

Un andar solitario entre la gente

Un andar solitario entre la gente es la historia de un caminante que escribe siempre a lápiz, recortando y pegando cosas, recogiendo papeles por la calle, en la estela de artistas que han practicado el arte del collage, la basura y el reciclaje -como Diane Arbus o Dubuffet-, así como la de los grandes caminantes urbanos de la literatura: de Quincey, Baudelaire, Poe, Joyce, Walter Benjamin, Melvill
Un andar solitario entre la gente
Antonio Muñoz Molina
Barcelona: Seix Barral, 2018
494 p. : ill.
9788432233500 (paperback)

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About Antonio Muñoz Molina

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Antonio Muñoz Molina (born 10 January 1956) is a Spanish writer and, since 8 June 1995, a full member of the Royal Spanish Academy. He received the 1991 Premio Planeta, the 2013 Jerusalem Prize, and the 2013 Prince of Asturias Award for literature.


Muñoz Molina was born in the town of Úbeda in Jaén province. He studied history of art at the University of Granada and journalism in Madrid. He began writing in the 1980s; his first published book, El Robinsón urbano, a collection of his journalistic work, was published in 1984. His columns have regularly appeared in El País and Die Welt.

His first novel, Beatus ille, appeared in 1986. It features the imaginary city of Mágina—a re-creation of his Andalusian birthplace—which would reappear in some his later works.

In 1987 Muñoz Molina was awarded Spain's National Narrative Prize for El invierno en Lisboa (translated as Win…Read more on Wikipedia