A twentieth-century French-Venezuelan writer, she is most widely known on her behalf controversial debut function, Iphigenia: Journal of a female who wrote because she was bored. She actually is also well-known for Souvenirs of Mama Blanca, a 1929 memoir. She and her sisters went to the Sacred Center College in Godella, Spain. Venezuelan web publishers refused to simply accept her initial novel; nevertheless, French web publishers and viewers embraced the task. She was created in Paris, and she afterwards resided in Venezuela and Spain. Her dad was a Venezuelan Ambassador to Germany. Like Colette, Parra was a controversial French writer.