The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from Don Quixote by Miquel de Cervantes:|
try to make out white black, and black white; for each of us is as God
made him, aye, and often worse."
"I will take care," said Carrasco, "to impress upon the author of
the history that, if he prints it again, he must not forget what
worthy Sancho has said, for it will raise it a good span higher."
"Is there anything else to correct in the history, senor
bachelor?" asked Don Quixote.
"No doubt there is," replied he; "but not anything that will be of
the same importance as those I have mentioned."
"Does the author promise a second part at all?" said Don Quixote.
"He does promise one," replied Samson; "but he says he has not found