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Anna Dodas i Noguer was born on 2 November, 1962 in Folgueroles, Spain, is a poet. Discover Anna Dodas i Noguer's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 24 years old?

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Occupation Poet, Writer, Guitarist
Age 24 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 2 November, 1962
Birthday 2 November
Birthplace Folgueroles, Spain
Date of death (1986-08-13)
Died Place Brissac, France
Nationality Spain

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Dodas Noguer wrote essays and short stories, but became most notable for her poetry. From a very young age, she took part in literary competitions and won local prizes. In 1986, she won the Amadeu Oller Prize for her 13-part poem Landscape with Winter, which was subsequently included in an anthology compiled by one of the members of the judging panel, Maria Mercè Marçal, titled Emerging landscape: Thirty Catalan poets of the twentieth century. A collection of the poems of Dodas Noguer, El Volcà (The Volcano), was published posthumously in 1991 and was reprinted in 2015. Her essays were published in 2018 in the book Capvespres de foc i de grana (Sunsets of fire and pomegranate), edited by Caterina Riba and Ester Pou, which included nine previously published essays and four unpublished ones.

Dodas Noguer died around 13 August 1986. Together with a friend, Gemma Argemí, she was planning to go to Sardinia. To save money they decided to hitchhike to Toulon in France or Genoa in Italy to catch a ferry. They disappeared and their bodies were found on 17 August near Brissac, north of Montpellier in the south of France. They had been murdered.


In 1984 Dodas Noguer was part of the jury for the Antoni Pous de Vic Literary Awards and contributed to two issues of the History of Catalan Literature published by Edicions 62. She also worked as a proof-reader in that publishing house.


Anna Dodas i Noguer (1962—1986) was a Catalan poet who was murdered at the age 24. Much of her work was published posthumously.

Anna Dodas i Noguer was born on 2 November 1962 in Folgueroles on the Plain of Vic in the comarque of Osona in Catalonia in the northeast of Spain. Jacint Verdaguer, regarded as one of the greatest poets of Catalan literature, was born in the same town. Dodas Noguer was the youngest of six siblings. She studied Catalan philology at the University of Barcelona, graduating with a dissertation on the work Mites by ca: Jordi Sarsanedas. At the same time, she attended the Municipal Conservatory of Barcelona, where she continued her guitar studies, which she had begun at the Vic School of Music in Barcelona. She performed as a soloist in various locations in Catalonia, and eventually also accompanied the group Camerata de Cançó Tradicional.