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GARCIA DE QUEVED0, Jose Heriberto, South American author, born in Coro, Venezuela, in March, 1819; died in Paris in June, 1871. In 1825 his parents removed to Porto Rico, where he received his primary education. Later he continued his studies in France and Spain. In 1861 he removed to Paris, and, on his return from a journey during the siege by the troops of the Versailles government in 1871, he insisted, against the advice of his friends, on entering the City, was wounded by a shot fired from one of the barricades, and died soon afterward. His poems include "A Colon," "A la Libertad," "A Pio IX," "Delirio," "La Segunda Vida," and "El Proscrito." He also wrote several dramas, which were represented in the theatres of Madrid, and were well received, and is the author of the novels "El amor de una nina," and "Dos duelos a 18 anos de distancia." A complete edition of his works was published in Paris in 1863.
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