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Luis Lloréns Torres, 1876-1944- Puerto Rican poet, playwright & politician

Luis Lloréns Torres, 1876-1944- Puerto Rican poet, playwright & politician

Alejandro Tapia y Rivera (November 12, 1826 – July 19, 1882) was a Puerto Rican poet, dramaturg, essayist and writer. Tapia is considered to be the father of Puerto Rican literature and as the person who has contributed the most to the cultural advancement of Puerto Rico's literature. In addition to his writing, he was also a fervent abolitionist and a women's rights advocate.

Alejandro Tapia y Rivera (November 1826 – July was a Puerto Rican…

Manuel Corchado y Juarbe (September 12, 1840 - November 30, 1884) was a Puerto Rican poet, journalist and politician who defended the abolition of slavery and the establishment of a University in Puerto Rico. Through his written works he criticized the way the people of Puerto Rico were being treated by the island's Spanish appointed governor.

Manuel Corchado y Juarbe (September 1840 - November was a Puerto Rican poet, journalist and politician who defended the abolition of slavery and the establishment of a University in Puerto Rico.

Juan Boria, declamador poesía negroide

Juan Boria (February 1906 – May the "Negro Verse Pharaoh"-- Puerto Rican poet known for Afro-Caribbean poetry

José Gautier Benítez was a Puerto Rican poet of the Romantic Era. Born: April 12, 1849, Caguas, Puerto Rico. Died: January 24, 1880, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Parents: Alejandrina Benítez de Gautier. Books: Anthology of the Poetry of Jose Gautier Benitez.

José Gautier Benítez was a Puerto Rican poet of the Romantic Era. Books: Anthology of the Poetry of Jose Gautier Benitez.

Braulio Castillo Cintrón (b. March 30, 1933, Bayamon, Puerto Rico) was a telenovela actor in Latin America. His two sons, Braulio Castillo, Jr. and Jorge Castillo, are also actors.  Castillo played in the Orquesta Mandolina in Puerto Rico, before working as an actor. He graduated from the University of Puerto Rico with a concentration the performing arts. He had roles in Puerto Rican television soap operas, during the 1950s; he worked at Telemundo Puerto Rico productions.

Braulio Castillo Cintrón (b. March Bayamon, Puerto Rico) was a…

Don Pedro Albizu Campos

Don Pedro Albizu Campos, El Maestro , The first Puerto Rican to graduate from Harvard Law School, a Puerto Rican patriot, and the leading figure in the Puerto Rican independence movement.

Adamari López Torres (born May 18, 1971 in Humacao, Puerto Rico)[1] is a Puerto Rican actress famous for participating in several Puerto Rican and Mexican soap operas.  Adamari started her career at the age of six in the Telemundo Canal 2 production of the Cristina Bazán soap opera, alongside legendary Puerto Rican actress Johanna Rosaly and Venezuelan singer José Luis Rodríguez, El Puma.  Her talent indicated a future superstar. WAPA-TV next chose her to play Iris Chacón.

Adamari López Torres (born May 1971 in Humacao, Puerto is a Puerto Rican actress famous for participating in several Puerto Rican and Mexican soap operas. Adamari started her career at the age of six in the Telemundo Canal 2 production of th

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