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Frederic Pujulà i Vallès (1877 - 1962) was a journalist, dramatist, and a passionate Esperantist and contributor to the field of Esperanto literature. Born in Palamós, Spain, he travelled through Europe and stayed for a long time in Paris. He was involved in Joventut (1900-1906), the best "modernisme" review of Catalonia. During World War I, he fought with the French army.

Vallès wrote "Homes Artificials" which is the first short science fiction novel in the canon of Catalan literature. It was originally published in 1912, by Biblioteca Joventut in Barcelona. In this novel, the protagonist Doctor Pericart wants to obtain a new society, unsocialized and perfect. Transformed into a demigod, he creates a group of individualized androids, which will be the seeds of the new society.

Vallès died in Bargemon, France, in 1962.

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Works

Catalan

  • Theater
    • El geni (1904)
    • El boig (1907, second part of El geni)
    • Dintre la gàbia (1906, with Emili Tintoré)
    • La veu del poble i El poble de la veu (1910, with Lluís Via)
  • Novels
    • Titelles febles (1902)
    • Creuant la plana morta (1903)
    • El metge nou (1903)
    • Homes artificials (1912), considered as the first science fiction novel in Catalan, published again 1986 Edicions Pleniluni, ISBN 84-85752-22-8.
  • Estudi Francesc Pi i Margall (1902), set of articles edited in Joventut.
  • Translations into Catalan:

Esperanto

  • Naivulo
  • Karabandolo la plugisto
  • Fiŝkaptisto kaj rigardanto
  • La grafo erarinta (1908)
  • Monologs
    • La Rompantoj (1907)
    • Senhejmulo
    • La Pipamanto
  • Theater
    • Aŭtunaj ventoj (1909)
    • Novelo (1908)


External links

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