Twentieth-century author and poet who also wrote several popular Peruvian songs. His published literary works include Sky and Land of Santa Rosa, The Marshall's Wife, and The Secrets of La Victoria.
He began publishing poetry when he was just fifteen years old. A literary enthusiast, he spent his college years reading books in the library instead of attending classes.
He won Peru's National Cultural Award for his literary and musical accomplishments.
His birth name was Cesar Alfredo Miro Quesada Bahamonde. He fathered a son named Cesar Gabriell Miro Quesada.
He and Bob Dylan were both accomplished songwriters and authors of the Twentieth Century.