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Neither the deformation of his feet, the tremendous myopia from birth, nor the ridicule of other children prevented him from becoming an excellent writer of the Golden Age.

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Neither the deformation of his feet, tremendous myopia from birth, nor the ridicule of other children prevented him from becoming an excellent writer of the Golden Age. In tribute to Francisco de Quevedo, on his 441st anniversary of having come to the world in Madrid. Mabel Fajardo reports.
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