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Her novels were different from other contemporary Western European romantic writers’ works telado she usually set them in the present and didn’t use eroticismdue to the Spanish regime’s strict censorship. Views Read Edit View history. Realist aspects also led to censorship of her books by the dictatorship.
They published the book, called Atrevida Apuesta Daring Betand offered her a contract to deliver a page novel every week.
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Each day, she started work at 5am with coffee and a packet of menthol cigarettes. Her mother was a housewife and her father was a naval mechanic in the Merchant Navy. Hers were not stories of princes falling in love with Cinderella, but of ordinary women living in contemporary Spain.
I told things clearly. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. When one of her four brothers wrote a novel, she felt it was unrealistic and produced one herself at the age of Retrieved from ” https: Her millions of fans gained great pleasure and the freedom to dream. She is survived by her son and daughter and six grandchildren.
These novels have inspired several telenovelas. The Franco dictatorship encouraged these books: Her father died in and the family started to have economic problems; she sold her first novel, Atrevida apuestato the publishing house Editorial Bruguera in for 3, pesetasbut they rejected her second novel. This page was last edited on 23 Julyat Tellado grew up in a fishing village in the Asturias region on Spain’s northern coast and her father worked as an engineer in the merchant navy.
From the start, she included kisses and had women driving cars and working. This she did until Bruguera’s collapse in released her from the contract’s draconian terms: She claimed that she was able to write a short novel in two days.
Inthe couple separated, but never divorced. She would later have problems with Editorial Cofin, because they republished some of her novels under a different title without her permission.
In the corjn s, with censorship abolished, she tackled tougher subjects, such as abortion and rape. Her well-told stories in plain language fall within the framework of traditional romance. In an early novel, Tellado left her heroine blind. She left three unpublished novels. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. She was the biggest-selling novelist of the 20th century, selling some m books in Spain and Latin America.
Tellado saw herself as a writer of realist novels about the difficulties of life and love. She published more than 5, titles and sold more than million books which have been translated into several languages. Her popularity is due to this realist aspect, though the books did not for this reason stop being literature of tellwdo.
She expressed boldly feminist views. Her writing gave her the financial independence, when her marriage failed, to separate in and bring up her two children. This name uses Spanish ckrin customs: Yet she was just one person, despite producing some 4, novels in a year writing career.
From the s onwards Bruguera was bovelas publisher that cashed in on the Spanish tradition of selling cheap, popular novels from newspaper stalls in the street.
Bruguera manufactured novela negra noir novels, detective stories for men and novela rosa pink novels, romances aimed at women. She was widely read throughout Latin America and, from the s, she also published fortnightly photo-novels: She studied in a school run by nuns and read a lot. The genre demanded a happy ending. Censorship taught me to imply things.
She continued to write for and to be published by Editorial Cies and Editorial Bruguera; she also started to study psychologybut did not finish her studies because Editorial Bruguera contracted her to write one short novel every week. Tellado was honest and convinced of the value of her literature, though she exaggerated its feminist elements.