Rosa Maria Britton
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Rosa Maria Britton
Rosa María Britton
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Born
Rosa María Crespo Justiniani

28 July 1936
Died16 July 2019
Panamá
Other namesRosa María Crespo Justiniani de Britton
EducationUniversidad de La Habana, Universidad Complutense de Madrid,
OccupationWriter, doctor and teacher
Notable work
  • El ataúd de uso
  • El Señor de las lluvias y el viento
Carl Britton
ChildrenWalter Britton, Gabrielle Britton
Awards
  • Premio César Escritora del Año, Los Ángeles, California, Estados Unidos. 1985
  • Primer lugar en la sección de cuento del Concurso Literario Fulbright, San José, Costa Rica. 1985
  • Premio de Teatro en Quetzaltenango, Guatemala con la obra Los Loros no Lloran. 1995

Rosa María Britton (28 July 1936, Panama City - 16 July 2019, Panama City) was a Panamanian doctor and novelist.[1]

Background and education

Her father was Cuban and her mother was Panamanian. She attended school in Panama City and her secondary studies in Havana, Cuba. She studied medicine at the University of Madrid in Spain and continued her studies in gynecology and oncology at the Brooklyn Jewish Medical Center in the United States.

She lived in Panama since 1973.

Works

Novels

  • El ataúd de uso, 1983
  • El señor de las lluvias y el viento, 1984
  • No pertenezco a este siglo, 1991
  • Laberintos de orgullo, 2002
  • Suspiros de fantasmas, 2005

Tales

  • ¿Quién inventó el mambo? , 1985, Panama.
  • La muerte tiene dos caras, 1987, Costa Rica.
  • Semana de la mujer y otras calamidades, 1995, Spain.
  • La nariz invisible y otros misterios, 2001, Spain.
  • Historia de Mujeres Crueles, Editorial Alfaguara, 2011, Spain. ISBN 978-9962-8968-1-4

Theater

  • Esa Esquina del Paraiso, 1986
  • Banquete de despedida/Miss Panamá Inc., 1987

References

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