Burgos Seguí, Carmen de (1867–1932)

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Burgos Seguí, Carmen de (1867–1932)

Spanish novelist. Name variations: Carmen Burgos de Segui; (pseudonym) Colombine, Raquel, Honorine, Marianela, Duchess Laureana, and Gabriel Luisa, Countess of C∗∗∗. Born Dec 10, 1867 (some sources cite 1879) in Rodalquilar, Almeria, Spain; died Oct 9, 1932, in Madrid, Spain.

Worked as suffragist and newspaper columnist; writings include Notas del alma (1901), La mujer en España (1906), Los inadaptados (1909), Siempre en la tierra (1912), Los inseparables (1917), El extranjero (1923), La mujer moderna y sus derechos (1927), and Los endemoniados de Jaca (1932).

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