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Concha Espina (1869–1955)

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Includes the names: Concha Espina, Concha Espina de Serna, Concha Espina de Serna

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María de la Concepción Jesusa Basilisa Rodríguez-Espina y García-Tagle, known as Concha Espina, is credited as the first Spanish woman to earn a living solely from her writing. She was a prolific writer and won several prestigious prizes. Her best known works were the novels La Niña de Luzmela (1909), which described life in a Cantabrian village and La Esfinge Maragata (1914), which explored the living conditions of the women of Leon.
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