Cela Camilo José
Ce·la(sā′lä, thā′-), Camilo José 1916-2002.
Spanish writer who is best known for developing tremendismo, a style by which novels culminate in violence and terror, as in his early work The Family of Pascal Duarte (1942). He won the 1989 Nobel Prize for literature.
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