Josefina Aldecoa

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Aldecoa in 2005

Josefina Aldecoa, originally known as Josefa Rodriguez Alvarez (8 March 1926–16 March 2011), was a Spanish writer who was born in León.[1] She was married to the writer Ignacio Aldecoa, whose surname she adopted after his death for her own literary career. She died on 8 March 2011 in Cantabria, due to respiratory problems, aged 85.[2]



  • Historia de una maestra[3]
  • Mujeres de negro[3]
  • La fuerza del destino[3]


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