- Pí·o [pee-aw] /ˈpi ɔ/, 1872–1956, Spanish novelist.
Baroja y Nessi
[buh-roh-hah ee nes-ee; Spanish bah-raw-hah ee nes-ee]
- Pío [pee-oh; Spanish pee-aw] /ˈpi oʊ; Spanish ˈpi ɔ/, 1872–1956, Spanish novelist.
Also called Ba·ro·ja.
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Examples from the Web for baroja
I don't want to imply that Baroja writes with his social conscience.
One often thinks of Gorki in reading Baroja, mainly because of the contrast.
Nothing that Baroja has written since is quite on the same level.
In thinking back over books of Baroja's one has read, one remembers more descriptions of places and people than anything else.
- Pio (ˈpio). 1872–1956, Spanish Basque novelist, who wrote nearly 100 novels, including a series of twenty-two under the general title Memorias de un Hombre de Acción (1944–49)
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