Terenci Moix (Catalan pronunciation: [təˈɾɛnsi ˈmoʃ]; real name Ramon Moix i Meseguer) (5 January 1942, in Barcelona – 2 April 2003, in Barcelona) was a Spanish writer, who wrote in Spanish, and in Catalan. He is also the brother of poet/novelist Anna Maria Moix. An annual literature prize, bearing his name, the Terenci Moix Fundación Arena de Narrativa Gay y Lésbica, has been instituted; won most recently by the Anglo-Spanish novelist Rafael Peñas Cruz for his coming-of-age work, "Charlie".

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  • Terenci Moix, seudónimo de Ramón Moix Meseguer (Barcelona, 5 de enero de 1942 - Barcelona, 2 de abril de 2003), fue un escritor español en lengua castellana y catalana, hermano mayor de la también escritora Ana María Moix (1947-2014). (es)
  • Terenci Moix [təˈɾɛnsi ˈmoʃ] (eigtl. Ramon Moix i Meseguer; * 5. Januar 1942 in Barcelona; † 2. April 2003 ebenda) war ein spanischer Schriftsteller und Journalist, der sowohl spanische als auch katalanische Werke veröffentlicht hat. In Barcelona zur Zeit der Franco-Diktatur aufgewachsen, verbrachte Moix die 1960er Jahre in den Künstlerkolonien von London und Paris und hielt sich in den 1970er Jahren in Rom auf. Sein 1969 erschienener Roman Der Tag, an dem Marilyn starb – eine Familienchronik, in der sich die Geschichte seiner Heimatstadt Barcelona im 20. Jahrhundert spiegelt – wurde zu einem großen Publikumserfolg und brachte Moix den Durchbruch als Schriftsteller. Seine größten Erfolge feierte Moix, der sich schon in seiner Jugend für die Antike und das Ägypten der Pharaonenzeit begeistert hatte, mit anspruchsvollen historischen Romanen, darunter der opulente Bestseller Der Traum der Kleopatra (1986), der mit dem renommierten Literaturpreis Premio Planeta ausgezeichnet wurde. Neben seiner schriftstellerischen Tätigkeit arbeitete Moix als Journalist für mehrere Zeitungen. (de)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Moix.Terenci MoixFichier:Terenci Moix.jpg Œuvres principales * No digas que fue un sueño * El sexe dels àngels * El día que va morir Marilyn * Siro o la increada consciència de la raça * La caiguda de l'Imperi Sodomita i altres històries herètiques Ramon Moix i Meseguer, dit Terenci Moix, né à Barcelone le 5 janvier 1942 et mort le 2 avril 2003 (à 61 ans) dans la même ville, est un écrivain espagnol d'expression catalane et castillane. Il fait partie, avec d'autres intellectuels espagnols des années 1960, de la Gauche divine. (fr)
  • Terenci Moix (Catalan pronunciation: [təˈɾɛnsi ˈmoʃ]; real name Ramon Moix i Meseguer) (5 January 1942, in Barcelona – 2 April 2003, in Barcelona) was a Spanish writer, who wrote in Spanish, and in Catalan. He is also the brother of poet/novelist Anna Maria Moix. He had a self-taught education. His first work, "La torre de los vicios capitals", was published in 1968. Many of his early works criticised the values of his time, especially the official morality of Francoism. In 1990, he wrote and published a children's book called, Los Grandes Mitos del Cine (English version as "The Greatest Stories of Hollywood Cinema"), which is illustrated by Willi Glasauer, and published by Círculo de Lectores. This children's book includes fun facts, trivia, and information accompanied by photos and Willi Glasauer's illustrations of the likes of Sissi (with Romy Schneider, Karlheinz Böhm, Magda Schneider, Uta Franz, Gustav Knuth, Vilma Degischer, and Josef Meinrad, and directed by Ernst Marischka), Casablanca (with Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Paul Henreid, Claude Rains, Conrad Veidt, Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre, and Dooley Wilson, and directed by Michael Curtiz), Gone with the Wind (with Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, and Hattie McDaniel, and directed by Victor Fleming), Cleopatra (with Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Rex Harrison, Roddy McDowall, and Martin Landau, and directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz), In This Our Life (with Bette Davis, and Olivia de Havilland, and directed by John Huston), Tarzan the Ape Man (with Johnny Weissmuller, Neil Hamilton, C. Aubrey Smith, and Maureen O'Sullivan, and directed by W. S. Van Dyke), The Godfather (with Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan, and Robert Duvall, and directed by Francis Ford Coppola), Charlie Chaplin, High Noon (with Gary Cooper, and directed by Fred Zinnemann), The Third Man (with Joseph Cotten, Alida Valli, Orson Welles, and Trevor Howard, and directed by Carol Reed), Some Like It Hot (with Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon, George Raft, Pat O'Brien, Joe E. Brown, Joan Shawlee, and Nehemiah Persoff, and directed by Billy Wilder), The Adventures of Robin Hood (with Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Basil Rathbone, Claude Rains, and Alan Hale, Sr., and directed by Michael Curtiz, and William Keighley), Fred Astaire, Superman (with Marlon Brando, Gene Hackman, Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder, Glenn Ford, Phyllis Thaxter, Jackie Cooper, Trevor Howard, Marc McClure, Terence Stamp, Valerie Perrine, and Ned Beatty, and directed by Richard Donner) and 2001: A Space Odyssey (with Keir Dullea, and Gary Lockwood, and directed by Stanley Kubrick), Rebecca (with Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, Judith Anderson, and George Sanders, and directed by Alfred Hitchcock), My Fair Lady (with Audrey Hepburn, Rex Harrison, Stanley Holloway, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Gladys Cooper, and Jeremy Brett, and directed by George Cukor), The Leopard (with Burt Lancaster, Claudia Cardinale, Alain Delon, Serge Reggiani, Mario Girotti, and Pierre Clementi, and directed by Luchino Visconti), Camille (with Greta Garbo, Robert Taylor, Lionel Barrymore, Elizabeth Allan, Jessie Ralph, Henry Daniell, and Laura Hope Crews, and directed by George Cukor), the Marx Brothers (Chico Marx, Harpo Marx, Groucho Marx, Gummo Marx, and Zeppo Marx), Gilda (with Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford, and Anita Ellis, and directed by Charles Vidor), James Dean, the Universal Monsters (The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Phantom of the Opera, Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, The Invisible Man, The Wolf Man, Creature from the Black Lagoon, and so on, and so on, and so on, etc., etc., etc.), Disney (Walt Disney, The Walt Disney Company, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, and so on, and so on, and so on, etc., etc., etc.), and The Blue Angel (with Emil Jannings, Marlene Dietrich, and Kurt Gerron, and directed by Josef von Sternberg). Other works explored camp aesthetics, an element of his work studied by Timothy M. McGovern. He wrote in several newspapers: Tele-Exprés, Tele-Estel, El Correo Catalán, Destino, Nuevos Fotogramas, Serra d'Or, and El País. He was openly homosexual, and participated many TV gatherings. He died of lung emphysema, which is related to his use of tobacco. An annual literature prize, bearing his name, the Terenci Moix Fundación Arena de Narrativa Gay y Lésbica, has been instituted; won most recently by the Anglo-Spanish novelist Rafael Peñas Cruz for his coming-of-age work, "Charlie". (en)
  • Terenci Moix, pseudoniem van Ramón Moix i Messeguer (Barcelona, 5 januari 1942 - Barcelona, 2 april 2003), was een vaak bekroonde Spaans-Catalaanse schrijver en journalist, die zowel in het Catalaans als in het Spaans publiceerde. (nl)
  • Terenci Moix (właśc. Ramon Moix Messeguer; ur. 5 stycznia 1942 w Barcelonie, zm. 2 kwietnia 2003 tamże) – hiszpański pisarz tworzący w języku katalońskim i hiszpańskim. (pl)
  • Теренси Мош (кат. Terenci Moix, настоящее имя Рамо́н Мош Мессеге́р (кат. Ramón Moix Messeguer); 5 января 1942, Барселона — 2 апреля 2003, Барселона) — каталонский писатель, один из крупнейших мастеров национальной словесности второй половины ХХ века. Писал на испанском и каталанском языках. (ru)
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  • Terenci Moix, seudónimo de Ramón Moix Meseguer (Barcelona, 5 de enero de 1942 - Barcelona, 2 de abril de 2003), fue un escritor español en lengua castellana y catalana, hermano mayor de la también escritora Ana María Moix (1947-2014). (es)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Moix.Terenci MoixFichier:Terenci Moix.jpg Œuvres principales * No digas que fue un sueño * El sexe dels àngels * El día que va morir Marilyn * Siro o la increada consciència de la raça * La caiguda de l'Imperi Sodomita i altres històries herètiques Ramon Moix i Meseguer, dit Terenci Moix, né à Barcelone le 5 janvier 1942 et mort le 2 avril 2003 (à 61 ans) dans la même ville, est un écrivain espagnol d'expression catalane et castillane. Il fait partie, avec d'autres intellectuels espagnols des années 1960, de la Gauche divine. (fr)
  • Terenci Moix, pseudoniem van Ramón Moix i Messeguer (Barcelona, 5 januari 1942 - Barcelona, 2 april 2003), was een vaak bekroonde Spaans-Catalaanse schrijver en journalist, die zowel in het Catalaans als in het Spaans publiceerde. (nl)
  • Terenci Moix (właśc. Ramon Moix Messeguer; ur. 5 stycznia 1942 w Barcelonie, zm. 2 kwietnia 2003 tamże) – hiszpański pisarz tworzący w języku katalońskim i hiszpańskim. (pl)
  • Теренси Мош (кат. Terenci Moix, настоящее имя Рамо́н Мош Мессеге́р (кат. Ramón Moix Messeguer); 5 января 1942, Барселона — 2 апреля 2003, Барселона) — каталонский писатель, один из крупнейших мастеров национальной словесности второй половины ХХ века. Писал на испанском и каталанском языках. (ru)
  • Terenci Moix (Catalan pronunciation: [təˈɾɛnsi ˈmoʃ]; real name Ramon Moix i Meseguer) (5 January 1942, in Barcelona – 2 April 2003, in Barcelona) was a Spanish writer, who wrote in Spanish, and in Catalan. He is also the brother of poet/novelist Anna Maria Moix. An annual literature prize, bearing his name, the Terenci Moix Fundación Arena de Narrativa Gay y Lésbica, has been instituted; won most recently by the Anglo-Spanish novelist Rafael Peñas Cruz for his coming-of-age work, "Charlie". (en)
  • Terenci Moix [təˈɾɛnsi ˈmoʃ] (eigtl. Ramon Moix i Meseguer; * 5. Januar 1942 in Barcelona; † 2. April 2003 ebenda) war ein spanischer Schriftsteller und Journalist, der sowohl spanische als auch katalanische Werke veröffentlicht hat. (de)
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