Franzen Jonathan

Franzen  Jonathan

Jonathan Franzen (Western Springs, Illinois, 1959) was named one of the best young novelists in the United States by the prestigious magazine Granta in 1996. Until then, he had written the novels Ciudad veintisiete (1988) and Movimiento fuerte (1992), but it was the publication of Las correcciones (Salamandra, 2012) in 2001 that sealed his immense narrativo talent: he won the National Book Award and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Libertad (Salamandra, 2011), a novel that received widespread acclaim from a wide range of critics and experts from a variety of countries, was the final nail in the coffin for him in 2010. In Spain, he was awarded the Premio a la Mejor Novela del Año by the readers of the magazine Qué Leer. Cinco años más después, en otoño de 2015, la publicación dePureza reconmocionó a los lectores de habla inglesa, y lo consagró como uno de los grandes escritores norteamericanos de nuestra epocha In addition, Read More chevron_right