Chacón, Dulce (1954–2003)
Chacón, Dulce (1954–2003)
Spanish novelist and poet. Name variations: Dulce Chacon; Dulce Chacón Gutiérrez. Born June 3, 1954, in Zafra, Spain; died Dec 3, 2003; one of twin girls of the Francoite mayor of Zafra, who was a poet; married; children: 2.
Published the 1st of 5 books of poetry (1992); wrote a trilogy, which included Algún Que No Mate (Some Love That Doesn't Kill, 1996); published Cielos de Barro (Mud Skies, 2000), which won the Azorin Prize; came to prominence with La Voz Dormida (The Sleeping Voice, 2002), a novel based on real events, which tells of the women in the prisons of Spain's dictator, Francisco Franco; also wrote Matadora (1999), the biography of bull-fighter Cristina Sánchez.
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