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Eduardo Marquina (21 January 1879 – 21 November 1946) was a Spanish playwright and poet associated with the Catalan Modernist school. His En Flandes se ha puesto el Sol (The Sun Has Set in Flanders) was awarded the Royal Spanish Academy's award for historical drama. He also wrote lyrics for the Spanish anthem Marcha Real, used during the reign of Alfonso XII.
|Born||21 January 1879|
|Died||21 November 1946 (aged 67)|
New York City, US
|Occupation||Author and playwright|
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