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28/01/2002 12:00 (UTC)

CULTURE

Renowned Spanish writer Camilo Jose Cela dies of pneumonia at 95.

Camilo Jose Cela dies of pneumonia at 95. The day before he was hospitalized, Cela was working at home in bed as usual, but by the evening his doctor "recommended he be admitted to the hospital to allow his condition to be better monitored,” the writer’s wife, Marina Castaño, explained.

Camilo Jose Cela died at the age of 95 in a Madrid clinic where he had been admitted for a pneumonia-related condition diagnosed several days before and that had affected his breathing. The flu contracted by hundreds in Madrid at the time also affected the health of the former Nobel Prize winner, author of “The Family of Pascual Duarte" and "The Beehive."

With Cela’s death, Spain lost a literary giant, an artist in the use of words, a debunker of myths, and a man both complex and modern.

A POLEMIC WRITER.



A polemic writer in many ways, Cela found himself enmeshed in a matter that sparked a certain amount of scandal with his manuscript for “The Family of Pascual Duarte" which he lent to another writer Jose Maria de Cossío. Cela filed a lawsuit, but lost and openly expressed his indignation for the court’s ruling.

In the 1982 film version based on his novel, “The Beehive,” directed by Mario Camus, Cela played the role of Matias Marti. He also appeared...

Camilo Jose Cela dies of pneumonia at 95. The day before he was hospitalized, Cela was working at home in bed as usual, but by the evening his doctor "recommended he be admitted to the hospital to allow his condition to be better monitored,” the writer’s wife, Marina Castaño, explained.

Camilo Jose Cela died at the age of 95 in a Madrid clinic where he had been admitted for a pneumonia-related condition diagnosed several days before and that had affected his breathing. The flu contracted by hundreds in Madrid at the time also affected the health of the former Nobel Prize winner, author of “The Family of Pascual Duarte" and "The Beehive."

With Cela’s death, Spain lost a literary giant, an artist in the use of words, a debunker of myths, and a man both complex and modern.

A POLEMIC WRITER.



A polemic writer in many ways, Cela found himself enmeshed in a matter that sparked a certain amount of scandal with his manuscript for “The Family of Pascual Duarte" which he lent to another writer Jose Maria de Cossío. Cela filed a lawsuit, but lost and openly expressed his indignation for the court’s ruling.

In the 1982 film version based on his novel, “The Beehive,” directed by Mario Camus, Cela played the role of Matias Marti. He also appeared...

Camilo Jose Cela dies of pneumonia at 95. The day before he was hospitalized, Cela was working at home in bed as usual, but by the evening his doctor "recommended he be admitted to the hospital to allow his condition to be better monitored,” the writer’s wife, Marina Castaño, explained.

Camilo Jose Cela died at the age of 95 in a Madrid clinic where he had been admitted for a pneumonia-related condition diagnosed several days before and that had affected his breathing. The flu contracted by hundreds in Madrid at the time also affected the health of the former Nobel Prize winner, author of “The Family of Pascual Duarte" and "The Beehive."

With Cela’s death, Spain lost a literary giant, an artist in the use of words, a debunker of myths, and a man both complex and modern.

A POLEMIC WRITER.



A polemic writer in many ways, Cela found himself enmeshed in a matter that sparked a certain amount of scandal with his manuscript for “The Family of Pascual Duarte" which he lent to another writer Jose Maria de Cossío. Cela filed a lawsuit, but lost and openly expressed his indignation for the court’s ruling.

In the 1982 film version based on his novel, “The Beehive,” directed by Mario Camus, Cela played the role of Matias Marti. He also appeared...

Camilo Jose Cela dies of pneumonia at 95. The day before he was hospitalized, Cela was working at home in bed as usual, but by the evening his doctor "recommended he be admitted to the hospital to allow his condition to be better monitored,” the writer’s wife, Marina Castaño, explained.

Camilo Jose Cela died at the age of 95 in a Madrid clinic where he had been admitted for a pneumonia-related condition diagnosed several days before and that had affected his breathing. The flu contracted by hundreds in Madrid at the time also affected the health of the former Nobel Prize winner, author of “The Family of Pascual Duarte" and "The Beehive."

With Cela’s death, Spain lost a literary giant, an artist in the use of words, a debunker of myths, and a man both complex and modern.

A POLEMIC WRITER.



A polemic writer in many ways, Cela found himself enmeshed in a matter that sparked a certain amount of scandal with his manuscript for “The Family of Pascual Duarte" which he lent to another writer Jose Maria de Cossío. Cela filed a lawsuit, but lost and openly expressed his indignation for the court’s ruling.

In the 1982 film version based on his novel, “The Beehive,” directed by Mario Camus, Cela played the role of Matias Marti. He also appeared...

Camilo Jose Cela dies of pneumonia at 95. The day before he was hospitalized, Cela was working at home in bed as usual, but by the evening his doctor "recommended he be admitted to the hospital to allow his condition to be better monitored,” the writer’s wife, Marina Castaño, explained.

Camilo Jose Cela died at the age of 95 in a Madrid clinic where he had been admitted for a pneumonia-related condition diagnosed several days before and that had affected his breathing. The flu contracted by hundreds in Madrid at the time also affected the health of the former Nobel Prize winner, author of “The Family of Pascual Duarte" and "The Beehive."

With Cela’s death, Spain lost a literary giant, an artist in the use of words, a debunker of myths, and a man both complex and modern.

A POLEMIC WRITER.



A polemic writer in many ways, Cela found himself enmeshed in a matter that sparked a certain amount of scandal with his manuscript for “The Family of Pascual Duarte" which he lent to another writer Jose Maria de Cossío. Cela filed a lawsuit, but lost and openly expressed his indignation for the court’s ruling.

In the 1982 film version based on his novel, “The Beehive,” directed by Mario Camus, Cela played the role of Matias Marti. He also appeared...

Camilo Jose Cela dies of pneumonia at 95. The day before he was hospitalized, Cela was working at home in bed as usual, but by the evening his doctor "recommended he be admitted to the hospital to allow his condition to be better monitored,” the writer’s wife, Marina Castaño, explained.

Camilo Jose Cela died at the age of 95 in a Madrid clinic where he had been admitted for a pneumonia-related condition diagnosed several days before and that had affected his breathing. The flu contracted by hundreds in Madrid at the time also affected the health of the former Nobel Prize winner, author of “The Family of Pascual Duarte" and "The Beehive."

With Cela’s death, Spain lost a literary giant, an artist in the use of words, a debunker of myths, and a man both complex and modern.

A POLEMIC WRITER.



A polemic writer in many ways, Cela found himself enmeshed in a matter that sparked a certain amount of scandal with his manuscript for “The Family of Pascual Duarte" which he lent to another writer Jose Maria de Cossío. Cela filed a lawsuit, but lost and openly expressed his indignation for the court’s ruling.

In the 1982 film version based on his novel, “The Beehive,” directed by Mario Camus, Cela played the role of Matias Marti. He also appeared...

Camilo Jose Cela dies of pneumonia at 95. The day before he was hospitalized, Cela was working at home in bed as usual, but by the evening his doctor "recommended he be admitted to the hospital to allow his condition to be better monitored,” the writer’s wife, Marina Castaño, explained.

Camilo Jose Cela died at the age of 95 in a Madrid clinic where he had been admitted for a pneumonia-related condition diagnosed several days before and that had affected his breathing. The flu contracted by hundreds in Madrid at the time also affected the health of the former Nobel Prize winner, author of “The Family of Pascual Duarte" and "The Beehive."

With Cela’s death, Spain lost a literary giant, an artist in the use of words, a debunker of myths, and a man both complex and modern.

A POLEMIC WRITER.



A polemic writer in many ways, Cela found himself enmeshed in a matter that sparked a certain amount of scandal with his manuscript for “The Family of Pascual Duarte" which he lent to another writer Jose Maria de Cossío. Cela filed a lawsuit, but lost and openly expressed his indignation for the court’s ruling.

In the 1982 film version based on his novel, “The Beehive,” directed by Mario Camus, Cela played the role of Matias Marti. He also appeared...

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