|Camilo JosÃ© Cela|
Monument to Camilo JosÃ© Cela,
|Born||Camilo JosÃ© Cela y Trulock
11 May 1916
PadrÃ³n, Galicia, Spain
|Died||17 January 2002
|Resting place||Iria Flavia cemetery|
|Occupation||Novelist, short story writer, essayist|
|Literary movement||Generation of ’36|
|Notable works||The Family of Pascual Duarte, The Hive|
|Notable awards||Nobel Prize in Literature
|Spouse||MarÃa del Rosario Conde Picavea (m. 1944-div. 1990)
Marina ConcepciÃ³n CastaÃ±o LÃ³pez (m. 1991-2002)
|Children||Camilo JosÃ© Cela Conde|
There are two kinds of man: the ones who make history and the ones who endure it.
Ideas? My head is full of them, one after the other, but they serve no purpose there. They must be put down on paper, one after the other.
When debts are not paid because they cannot be paid, the best thing to do is not talk about them, and shuffle the cards again.