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Francisco de Quevedo y Villegas (1580–1645)

Quevedo y Villegas, Don Francisco (kā-vā’THō ē vēl-yā’gäs). A Spanish satirist; born at Madrid, Sept. 26, 1580; died on Sept. 8, 1645. He was very witty, very brilliant, and ranks as the greatest satiric writer of his country. His leading works are the ‘Sueños’ (Dreams), and ‘Don Pablo of Segovia,’ a romantic satire.