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Ramón de Palma y Romay (1812–1860)

Palma y Romay, Ramón de (päl’mä ē rō’mē). A Cuban dramatist and poet; born in Havana, in Jan. 1812; died there, Jan. 1860. His first poems were published in 1830. The drama ‘La Vuelta del Cruzado,’ performed in 1837, met great success. Volumes of his poems have appeared with the titles: ‘Aves de Paso’ (1841); ‘Hojas Caidas’ (1843); and ‘Melodias Poéticas’ (1846).