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Author: Böhl de Faber, Caecilia

Pseudonyms:Caballero, Fernán
Spouse/other names:Boehl von Faber, Cecilia | Arrom de Ayala
Year of birth:1796
Year of death:1877
About her personal situation:Standardizinghpfeb14 Origin • Place of birth : Morges, Switzerland • Place(s) of residence: Germany | Spain | Puerto Rico • Place of death: Seville, Spain National identity • Nationality : Not yet checked • First language(s) : German | French Marital status : - Married - Widowed - Remarried Number of children : 0 Social class : - Aristocracy by marriage - Upper class Education: - Educated at home - Other (Boarding School) Religion - Catholic

Relations to other authors: Collaborator of Sáez de Melgar, Faustina

Daughter of Larrea, Francisca de

About her professional situation:Standardizinghpfeb14 Authorial attribution: - Pseudonyme male Profession(s) and other activities : - Fiction writer/novelist Language(s) in which she wrote : - German - French - Spanish Collaboration/connections with male authors : - Not yet checked Financial aspects of her career: - Living by her pen - Stipend/allowance/pension Memberships: - Not yet checked
Elements of bibliography:MENTIONED IN: - Buck, Guide to women's literature, 1992: "[...] was acknowledged as Spain's most prestigious novelist" cf . Wiedemann, Sand, in Oeuvres et Critiques.
Websites: Biblioteca Virtual - Portal Fernan Caballero
NEWW contribution Belgrade 2011 H. Partzsch

Editors: Marleen Dek (update on 12 December 2009)
Henriette Partzsch (update on 01 September 2011)
Henriette Partzsch (update on 01 September 2011)
Henriette Partzsch (update on 01 September 2011)
Astrid Kulsdom (update on 19 September 2012)
Henriette Partzsch (update on 31 October 2013)
Henriette Partzsch (update on 02 February 2014)
Henriette Partzsch (update on 02 February 2014)
Henriette Partzsch (update on 02 February 2014)
Henriette Partzsch (update on 02 February 2014)
Henriette Partzsch (update on 28 March 2014)

Works written by this author

E 1 *Ausgewählte Werke (Selected works) ()
E 2 *Fernan Caballero, the author ()
E 3 *Poslednja tolažba (The Last Consolation) (1865)
E 4 *Spaansch klaverblad : vier verhalen (Spanish cloverleaf : four stories) ()
E 5 *Spaansche novellen (Spanish novels) ()
E 6 Clemencia: novela de costumbres (1852)
E 7 Colección de artículos religiosos y morales [A collectin of religious and moral articles] (1862)
E 8 Con mal o con bien, a los tuyos te tien (For better or for worse, stick to your family) (1854)
E 9 Cosa cumplida solo en la otra vida (1850)
E 10 Cuentos y poesías populares andaluces, coleccionados por Fernán Caballero (1859)
E 11 El ex-voto (1850)
E 12 Estudio sobre el hombre [A study of man] (1863)
E 13 Juan Holgado y la muerte (1850)
E 14 Juan Soldado (1859)
E 15 La familia de Alvareda (1856)
E 16 La flor del Lililá (1850)
E 17 La gaviota [The seagull] (1849)
E 18 La hija del sol (1851)
E 19 La madre, episodio de la batalla de Trafalgar (The mother, episode from the battle of Trafalgar) (1857)
E 20 La suegra del diablo (1859)
E 21 Lady Virginia (1858)
E 22 Lagrimas (1860)
E 23 Las ánimas (1859)
E 24 Los dos memoriales [The two petitions] (1863)
E 25 Lucas Garcia (1864)
E 26 Obras completas de Fernan Caballero (1855)
E 27 Relaciones [Relations] (1857)
E 28 Un servilón y un liberalito o Tres almas de Dios (1857)
E 29 Una en otra: novela de costumbres (1856)

Authors read by this author

Xreception 1 Sand, George   -   *George Sand, the author
Xreception 2 Sand, George   -   *George Sand, the author
Xreception 3 Sand, George   -   *George Sand, the author
Xreception 4 Sáez de Melgar, Faustina   -   Aniana o La quinta de Peralta