- Narcís Oller
Narcís Oller i Moragas
Bust by Eusebi Arnau (1934)
Born 10 August 1846
Died 26 July 1930(aged 83)
Occupation Novelist Literary movement Renaixença, Realism, Romanticism
- Alarcón, Balzac, Víctor Català, Fernán Caballero, Dumas, Goethe, Lamartine, Longfellow, Tolstoy, Émile Zola
- Víctor Català, Joan Maragall
Narcís Oller i Moragas (Catalan pronunciation: [narˈsiz uˈʎe]) (Valls, 10 August 1846; Barcelona, 26 July 1930) was a Catalan author, most noted for the novels La papallona (The Butterfly) which appeared with a foreword by Émile Zola in the French translation; his most well-known work L'Escanyapobres (The Usurer); and La febre d'or (Gold Fever) which is set in Barcelona during the period of promoterism. He also translated the works of Tolstoy and Dumas.
- Narcís Oller in LletrA, Catalan Literature Online (Open University of Catalonia) (English) (Spanish) (Catalan)
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