Lope de Rueda
Lope de Rueda (1510?, Seville - 1565, Córdoba) was a Spanish dramatist and author, regarded by some as the best of his era. A very versatile writer, he also wrote comedies, farces, and pasos. He was the precursor to what is considered the golden age of Spanish literature.
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