Quevedo y villegas



/kɛˈveɪðəʊiː vɪlˈjeɪɡæs/
noun
1.
Francisco Gómez de. 1580–1645, Spanish poet and writer, noted for his satires and the picaresque novel La historia de la vida del Buscón (1626)

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