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PALMA y ROMAY, Ramon (pal'-mah), Cuban author, born in Havana in January, 1812; died there in January, 1860. He studied in his native city, engaged in teaching, and was at the head of several educational institutions, but in 1842 was admitted to the bar. His first poems were published in 1830. In 1837 he issued, with J. A. Echeverria, " Aguinaldo Habanero," a collection of essays and poems by the best Cuban writers, in the following years his novels "Una pascua en San Marcos," "E1 celera en la Habana," and "El Ermitafio del Niagara" were published. His drama "La vuelta del Cruzado" was performed in 1837 with great success. Volumes of his poems have appeared with the titles " Ayes de Paso" (1841); "Hojas caidas " (1843) ; and "Melodias Podticas" (1846). A complete edition of Pahna's works was announced in 1861, but only the first volume has been published.
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