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PEREZ DE ZAMBRANA, Luisa, Cuban author, born in El Cobre, near Santiago, in 1837. When she was only fourteen years old she began to publish poems. The first collection was issued at Santiago in 1856. She married in 1858 Dr. Zambrana, a distinguished physician of Havana, where she published a new volume of poems, which increased her reputation (1860). Her prose works include the novels "Angdlica y Estrella" and "La hija del Verdugo." Several of Luisa Perez's poems have been translated into French and Italian, and Spanish critics have praised her productions. Her poetry is simple, but full of feeling.
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