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Influenced by positivism and naturalism. She was one of the main the initiators of literary realism in Peruvian novels. She wrote six novels of social content and critical intent, the most successful Blanca Sol , Las consecuencias and El conspirador She also wrote numerous articles and essays published in Peruvian newspapers on literary and social topics. She especially advocated the emancipation of women, and was one of the first Peruvian feminists.

Her literary works Sacrificio y recompensa, Blanca Sol, Las consequencias and El conspirador contain a repeating theme of women portrayed as " helpless, suffering creatures or as fallen heroines.

Another common topic is her criticism of the pervivan bourgeoisie, Lima's social elites, between Mercedes Cabello de Carbonera was born in Moquegua to a wealthy family that provided her with an education. The region departamento Moquegua where she lived during her childhood, was one of the areas affected by the Chilean troops, of which would later be present in her novel El Conspirador. But Cabello de Carbonera's own education was not due to a consistent schooling.

Due to the lack of education for women her parents hired private tutors to keep her somewhat educated in subjects approved for young ladies of the bourgeoise, but she mostly taught herself and was very fond of reading.

European literary movements such as Romanticism and Naturalism have a great influence over her work. At the age of twenty two, Cabello de Carbonera moved to Lima where she would marry a doctor and develop her career as a writer.

Cabello de Carbonera was widowed at a very young age, which may have had something to do with the fact that she had enough liberty to escape from any patriarchal control as well as not having children. And despite her marital status, Cabello de Carbonera became an active member of the literary scene. She was published and read during her lifetime, becoming one of the first best-selling Peruvian writers. Her work was highly controversial in the 19th century due to its critical content on the Peruvian aristocracy.

In regard to religion, Cabello de Carbonera was not against Catholicism, but she did criticize when women from the burgeoise used religious holidays to flaunt their high fashion. Her criticism was of how religion was manipulated by high class society, not religion itself. In the literary works of Mercedes Cabello de Carbonera she emphasizes a personal and professional compromise with the problems of the social norms during her lifetime and her goal to present the problems of the bourgeosie was clearly present in the antagonism of many of her novels.

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Blanca Sol : Novela Social (1889)

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