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Anastasio de Ochoa y Acuña (1783–1833)

Ochoa y Acuña, Anastasio de (ō-chō’a ē ä-kö’nî). A Mexican poet; born in Huichapam, April 27, 1783; died in Queretaro, Aug. 4, 1833. His first satirical work appeared in 1806. In 1811 he was admitted to the Arcadia Mexicana, a society of poets; the same year he wrote ‘Don Alphonso,’ a tragedy. ‘Love by Proxy,’ a comedy, was presented in 1831.