Raul Proença (May 10, 1884 – May 20, 1941) was a Portuguese writer, journalist, and intellectual. Born in Caldas da Rainha, Proença earned a degree in economic and financial sciences from the Instituto Industrial e Comercial de Lisboa. He was a founder of the magazine Seara Nova. In 1927, Proença was exiled to Paris. Proença returned to Portugal in 1932. He was hospitalized for mental illness, but died of typhoid fever in Porto.
- Raul Proença — profile from Centro Virtual Camões
- Ecsola Secundária Raul Proença — secondary school in Caldas da Rainha, Portugal
- Works by Raul Sangreman Proençe at Project Gutenberg
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