Pedro Antonio de Alarcón

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Pedro Antonio de Alarcón (10 March 1833 – 19 July 1891) was a Spanish writer. He was born in Guadix, near Granada. He was a 19th century novelist. He gained his first literary recognition with A Witness' Diary of the African War (1859-1860), a patriotic account of the campaign.