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Esta obra se incluye dentro de las Novelas ejemplares del más célebre autor español de todos los tiempos, Miguel de Cervantes. En esta joya literaria, Cervantes cuenta las aventuras de dos jóvenes que viven de robos y engaños, convirtiéndose en un buen ejemplo de la picaresca de la época, sobre la que el autor realiza una reflexión crítica, adornada con sutiles toques de humor.

This story is one of the short novels of the most famous Spanish author of all times, Miguel de Cervantes. The novel features the adventures of two young men who survive by telling lies and stealing, providing a good example of the 16th-century picaresque novel in Spain.

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About the Author

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547–1616), novelist, playwright, and poet, was born in Spain of an ancient but impoverished family. After studying in Madrid, he became a soldier and was wounded in battle. He was taken by pirates in 1575, put in prison at Algiers, and was ransomed five years later. He spent the remainder of his life struggling to earn a livelihood from literature and humble government employment. His first attempt at fiction was a pastoral novel, La Galatea (1585), which was followed by his masterpiece, The Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha (1605).