Introduction
Joan Brossa (Catalan pronunciation: [ʒuˈam ˈbɾɔsə]; 19 January 1919 – 30 December 1998) was a Catalan poet, playwright, graphic designer and visual artist. He wrote only in the Catalan language. He was one of the founders of both the group and the publication known as Dau-al-Set (1948) and one of the leading early proponents of visual poetry in Catalan literature. Although he was in the vanguard of the post-war poets. He also wrote hundreds of formally perfect sonnets, sapphic odes and sestinas as well as thousands of free and direct poems. His creative work embraced every aspect of the arts: cinema, theatre (more of 360 pieces), music, cabaret, the para-theatrical arts, magic and the circus.
Wikidata
Q260436
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Introduction
Spanish Surrealist poet, Barcelona.
Nationality
Spanish
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Translator, Poet, Graphic Artist, Painter
Names
Joan Brossa, Joan Brossa Cuervo, Joan Brossa i Cuervo, J. Brossa, Jean Brossa, Juan Brossa, Joan Brossa ˜iœ Cuervo
Ulan
500271680
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