«Crec que no és cap bogeria pensar que Jo confesso podria estar en aquelles llistes que de tant en tant es fan on es recullen les millors novel·les de la història.» Jordi1973, Tot és una mentida

Jaume Cabré i Fabré (Barcelona, 1947)

Jaume Cabré holds a degree in Catalan Philology from the University of Barcelona, is a high school head of department currently on study leave and is a member of the Philology Section of the Institut d'Estudis Catalans.

For many years, he combined writing with his teaching activities, before adding a new activity to his professional life, that of television and film scriptwriter. He now concentrates exclusively on his writing.

His literary work is focused on the novel and the short story, but he has also published theatre and a couple of books discussing writing and reading.

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Què pensa Jaume Cabré, entrevistat per Cristòfol A. Trepat

Què pensa Jaume Cabré.
Entrevistat per Cristòfol A. Trepat

Dèria editors. Barcelona, 2014

Jaume Cabré


Jaume Cabré holds a degree in Catalan Philology from the University of Barcelona, is a high school head of department currently on study leave and is a member of the Philology Section of the Institut d'Estudis Catalans.

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