Alba de Céspedes was the daughter of the 6th President of Cuba, Carlos Manuel de Céspedes y Quesada, and his Italian wife. She was also the granddaughter of Carlos Manuel de Céspedes who declared Cuban independence in 1868. Alba de Céspedes wrote psychological social and women's novels. In 1935 and 1943, she was detained in Italy for her anti-Fascist activities for partisan organizations, while after World War II she lived in Paris.
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