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SUAREZ y ROMERO, Ansehno, Cuban writer, born in Havana in 1818; died there in 1882. He was educated in his native city, devoted himself to teaching, and did a great deal in behalf of public education. His literary career began with the publication of his" Biografia de Carlota Valdes" (Havana, 1838), which was followed by a series of masterly sketches and descriptions of Cuban scenery and customs, which was afterward collected in a large volume under the title of "Coleccion de Artlculos" (1859). Some of these sketches have been translated into English and French. In New York he published, in 1860, his novel "Francisco," a powerful picture of the horrors of Cuban slavery, written many years before the publication of Mrs. Stowe's" Uncle Tom's Cabin." Suarez was admitted to the bar in 1866. He has published also "Escuelas Primarias," a series of essays on public education and school reforms (Havana, 1862), and "Cartas criticas sobre asuntos juridicos" (1870), and has left many unpublished works.
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