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It would be inter~sting to compare Cervantes' play and Barbadillo's reworking, which, to judge by other works of his hand, 12 9 surely will hold a worthy place beside the original. ng those of our author. In this classification, however, there may be a mistake, as we have an official 1 31 Iist of his genuine writings, in which Iist Talega does not appear. Likewise I can only suppose, until further investigation enables me to determine definitely the authorship, that a story called El pzcaro amante, which must have been written about this time, belongs to Barbadillo.
This work was written by a man who, when he produced it, had for years (at least so he hirnself asserts) been an efficient missionary in the West 25 NOVELA PICARESCA. and East In dies. Nothing seems to be known about him but what he saw fit to communicate, and he makes no mystery of what he had done. When young he had led a dissolute life, fighting duels on the least provocation; leaving for America when circumstances grew too threatening for him in Spain, and leading in the New W orld the usual wicked life of the Conqztistadores, until at last, being severely wounded in battle, he recognised the evil of his ways, reformed, became a priest, and setout to convert the heathen.
Likewise some of the very best picaresque novels of this time, which offered also the novelty of dealing in the main with the adventures of roguish and unscrupulous women, did not find favor with the public. 45 NOVELA PICARESCA. XIX. TERESA, I48 TRAPAZA, I49 AND THE GARDUNA, BY CASTILLO SoLoRZANO. rso rsr These three, the last of which is a continuation to the second, were written and published in rapid succession, and are novels that rank high in the appreciation of those who esteem a literary work in spite of the adverse judgment of the author's contemporaries.
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