Edición digital basada en la edición de Gante, Imprenta de Eug. Vanderhaeghen, 1869. Ejemp. de la Biblioteca de Cataluña.
Reproducción digital de la ed. de Bogotá: Imp. de La Luz, 1883. -- En port.: Obra destinada al servicio de la Instrucción pública. Localización: Biblioteca Nacional (España), sig. HA/2844
(This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Acosta and the second or maternal family name is Kemble.) Soledad Acosta Kemble (5 May 1833 – 17 March 1913) was a Colombian writer and journalist. A sophisticated, well-travelled, and social woman, she received a much higher and better rounded education than most women of her time and country, and enjoyed a high standing in society, not only for her family background, but for her own literary endeavours. She collaborated in various newspapers including El Comercio, El Deber, and Revista Americana, among other periodicals. Using her writings, she was a feminist well ahead of her time, she lobbied for equal education for women, and wrote on various topics pertaining to female participation in society and family, encouraging others to become proactive in the workforce and in the restoration of society.