The political relation between the writer and the power trasluce in the work, demonstrating the distrust of the author towards the new conditions politician-partner them that entrevn through indultos, commercial representations, financings. The life of the adventurer in an extremely corrupt world in which everything pretends a distant identity of the own one is a reference to the constant camaleonizacin of the bourgeoisie of century XVII, integrated mainly by conversos. Notes: 1. Francisco de Quevedo and Villegas, Life of the called Petty thief gift the Pablos, Espasa-Calpe, Madrid, 1956 p.116. 2. Francisco de Quevedo and Villegas, the Petty thief, Ed.
Pablo Jauralde Pou, Castalia Editorial, Madrid, 1990, p.101 3. Francisco Quevedo and Villegas, the life of the called Petty thief gift the Pablos, Ed. Fernando Lazaro Carreter, University of Salamanca, Salamanca, 1980, P. 111. 4.
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