The author of this article offers a panoramic study of Quevedo's Menippean satire, with a special attention to the used sources, the different literary models to his works, their evolution and other aspects that affected critically to their composition, as it was his own censorship.
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2016|
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- Juguetes de la Niñez
- La hora de todos
- Menippean satire
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