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Of the author, the singleness of purpose, and the unequalled distribution of light and shade, make his shorter stories even dearer to me than the history of the immortal hero of La Mancha. The flaws we discover in them are not to be blamed on Cervantes : they are due to careless editing, and when they have been corrected, ras nothing is left to displease the most fastidious critic. Had Cervantes found the opportunity to write his picaresque novel, we should no Ionger consider Lesage's Gt! Blas the father of our modern roman de moeurs.
Iiez y Ribera, gave to his work. In it, a man who had seen much of the world teils a priest what he had gone through, what he had observed, to what reflections those observations had given rise, how he had tried to improve others by pointing out their failings, and how thereby he was always obliged to seek 37 NOVELA PICARESCA. a new place, since no one was pleased to have so talkative and pedantically strict a servant. The author has chosen the form of dialogue, the advantage of which is not clear to the reader, especially since there is but one interlocutor, who never comments upon what he hears hut only puts in a few words to encourage the narrator to proceed with his story.
I wish, however, to draw attention to one short passage which is peculiarly the property of this story. Where in all the rest of picaresque literature we never find a word of pity for those whose suffering might be the price of the ficaro's comfort, in the Guadana we notice the line: rs9 " it is better to be wrong and humane, than right and rigorous ". 48 NOVELA PICARESCA. This sentiment is exceptional, as is also the personality of the author, who was of Jewish origin and, to insure his safety, had left the country, where in later years he was bumed in effigy at the stake.