Wed. Apr 24th, 2019

Melcior Comes and Sergi Pàmies, Serra d'Or awards

Melcior Comes y Sergi Pàmies, premios Serra d’Or



The Serra d'Or Critics Awards to published works and works recognize the novel of Melcior Comes 'On the terra impura' (Proa) and the compilation of stories of Sergi Pàmies 'L'art de portar gavardina' (Quaderns Crema) as the best of this edition.

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In poetry, Montserrat's magazine rewards Sebastià Alzamora's book of poems 'La netedat' (Proa), and the plays 'Herència abandonada', by Lara Díez Quintanilla, and 'Siempre en la verita tuya', by Manuel Veiga , and Nau Ivanow, for his twenty years of theater. Children and young people have also been recognized 'A pèl a la sopa', by Àlex Nogués, and 'La suitcase', by Núria Parera.





The Serra d'Or Critical Prize for the 2019 rehearsal was for Ingrid Guardiola, for 'L'ull i la navalla' (Arcàdia); and the translation for Esther Tallada, for his version of 'Llum d'agost', by William Faulkner (Edicions of 1984). On the other hand, Agustí Pons has been awarded with the prize of biography by 'Maria Aurèlia Capmany, l'època d'una dona' (Meteora).


The Serra d'Or Criticism Award 2019 for Ingrid Guardiola, for 'L'ull i la navalla'

The Espai Endesa in Barcelona has hosted the Serra d'Or awards ceremony, which was attended by the Abbot of Montserrat, José M. Soler, the Councilor for Culture, Mariàngela Vilallonga, and Josep Massot, director of the magazine 'Serra d'Or'.

With respect to the research section, Xevi Camprubí has ​​won the humanities degree for the work 'L'impressor Rafael Figueró (1642-1726) and the premise for Catalunya del seu temps' (Fundació Noguera). The other sciences have been for 'Atles dels núvols de l'Observatori Fabra (Reial Acadèmia de Ciències i Arts de Barcelona, ​​RACAB)', by Javier Martín-Vide and Alfons Puertas, and 'Katalanische und Okzitanische Renaissance. Ein Vergleich Von 1800 Bis Heute '(De Gruyter), by Georg Kremnitz, that of Catalan.


The act was attended by the Abbot of Montserrat, José M. Soler, the Councilor for Culture, Mariàngela Vilallonga, and Josep Massot, director of the magazine 'Serra d'Or








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