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Elvira Lindo

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Name  Elvira Lindo

Role  Journalist
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Spouse  Antonio Munoz Molina (m. 1994)
Books  El otro barrio, Pobre Manolito, palabra tuya
Parents  Antonia Lindo, Manuel Lindo
Nominations  Goya Award for Best Adapted Screenplay
Movies  One Word from You, Manolito Four–Eyes, Cachorro, Ten Days Without Love, My First Night
Similar People  Antonio Munoz Molina, Miguel Albaladejo, Rosa Montero, Angeles Gonzalez‑Sinde, Jorge Torregrossa

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Elvira Lindo (born 23 January 1962 in Cádiz, Spain) is a Spanish journalist and writer.

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At the age of 12 Lindo moved to Madrid, where she studied journalism at Complutense University of Madrid. She did not get her degree, as she began to work in television and radio as a speaker, actress and scriptwriter. Her first novel was based on one of her fictional radio characters, the madrileño boy Manolito Gafotas, who has become a classic of Spanish children's literature. Manolito is the son of a trucker and lives a humble life in the working-class quarter of Carabanchel. The character was the protagonist of several first-person novels written with a solid style that includes humour, irony and sharp social criticism.

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Lindo has also written adult novels and plays; she is the screenwriter of the film La primera noche de mi vida, and collaborated with director Miguel Albaladejo on the screenplays for Manolito Gafotas and Ataque verbal. She also adapted the screenplay Plenilunio from the novel by her husband, Antonio Muñoz Molina.

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Ever since her husband Antonio Muñoz Molina was appointed director of the Instituto Cervantes of New York City, Lindo has lived in New York City. She often writes for the Spanish-language newspaper El País, contributing editorials, and writes freelance work for other magazines and newspapers.

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In 1998 Lindo was awarded the Premio Nacional de Literatura Infantil y Juvenil (National Award for Children's and Youth Literature) for her book Los trapos sucios de Manolito Gafotas, and she received the Biblioteca Breve (Tiny Library) Award for her adult novel Una palabra tuya. Her next book, Lo que me queda por vivir was released on September 3, 2010.

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