Juan Miñana is the author of several literary works. He did not have much fame in the world of writers, but he was able to publish some headlines that raised criticism in the literary world.
Juan Miñana: Work and life
He was a man who was born in the autonomous Spanish community of Catalonia in 1959. At the age of 20, he managed to publish his first book of poetic prose, which was called Vespre de Festa, in 79. But it was not until 86 that where he drew critical attention with the satirical novel called La Claque. It was translated into two languages.
In this publication called Claque, Juan Miñana jokingly gathered the ways in which the group of those people who are paid to applaud in a presentation is explained and how it works. This group of people are most of the time ignored and always pass as real public. However, in Juan Miñana's book they somehow receive the importance they deserve for boosting or motivating the presenter, actor, etc., throughout the show.
Currently this work is practically replaced in television programs with canned laughter.
Among the works of Juan Miñana is also the Mono Cansado in 2003 and received significant praise. He explains in the essay an intelligent vision of advertising as a phenomenon that has exceeded expectations to become elements of an individual's routine. Regarding European literature, in the article by Giovanni Boccaccio are some interesting books of this famous Italian.
In 2009 Juan Minana adds to his literary works There is light in the house of Publio Fama. It is about a humble young man with a desire to excel who starts his studies in secret. In 2016 the author published the book El Cielo de los Liars that tells the bohemian life of a famous person from the city of Barcelona.
Other publications were El Jaquemart in 2000, Last soup of tail of the gathering in Spain in 92, La Playa de Pekin, Noticias del Mundo Real.
He was also called a narrator because he read and made radio recordings and reviewed travel books.