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OTERO, Rafael (o-tay'-ro), Cuban author, born in Havana in 1827; died there in 1876. He began to write for the theatre when he was a mere boy, his first comedy being performed when he was only fifteen years old. From that time, and in spite of poverty' and unfavorable circumstances, he gave a great deal of time to literature, and wrote several comedies, including " Un novio del din," "El Coburgo," Mi hijo el Frances," "Del agua mansa," and " El muerto lo manda," which were performed in the theatres of Havana and Matanzas. He also published the novel "La perla de la Diaria" (1866), and "Cantos Sociales" (1868), but a great part of his writings remain uncollected.
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