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Saturday, 8 July 2017

Lifestyle : king presents Spanish author Mendoza with Cervantes prize

Ruler Felipe VI displayed the honor, reported a year ago, at a function Thursday in the focal town of Alcala de Henares, the origination of Miguel de Cervantes, creator of "Wear Quixote."
 Culture Priest Inigo Mendez de Vigo said Mendoza's utilization of incongruity, farce and comic drama proceeded with Cervantes' style from about 400 years prior.

Barcelona-conceived Mendoza, 74, is best known for his 1975 novel, "La verdad sobre el caso Savolta" (Reality about the Savolta Case) and "La ciudad de los prodigios" (City of Wonders) of 1986. The 125,000-euro ($134,000) prize by and large exchanges amongst Spanish and Latin American journalists.

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