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Mateo Alemán

Birthdate: 1547
Date of death: 1614

Aleman is sometimes used to refer to German.

Mateo Alemán y del Nero was a Spanish novelist and writer. Wikipedia

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„He soon retires (i.e., into a cloister) who finds religion late.“

—  Mateo Alemán, book Guzmán de Alfarache

Source: Guzmán de Alfarache (1599-1604), Pt. II, Lib. I, Ch. III.

„Better a thrifty son-in-law and poor, than a glutton who is rich.“

—  Mateo Alemán, book Guzmán de Alfarache

Pt. II, Lib. III, Ch. X.
Guzmán de Alfarache (1599-1604)

„The doctor begins where the apothecary ends, and the clergyman where the doctor ends.“

—  Mateo Alemán, book Guzmán de Alfarache

Pt. II, Lib. III, Ch. V.
Guzmán de Alfarache (1599-1604)

„The wise man's rule is worth much more to him than the fool's revenue.“

—  Mateo Alemán, book Guzmán de Alfarache

Pt. II, Lib. III, Ch. III.
Guzmán de Alfarache (1599-1604)

„He who buys what he needs not, sells what he needs.“

—  Mateo Alemán, book Guzmán de Alfarache

Pt. II, Lib. III, Ch. III.
Guzmán de Alfarache (1599-1604)

„It is the treason that finds favour, and not the traitor who is guilty of it.“

—  Mateo Alemán, book Guzmán de Alfarache

Pt. II, Lib. II, Ch. X.
Guzmán de Alfarache (1599-1604)

„How oft he finds himself the last, who was the first to saddle.“

—  Mateo Alemán, book Guzmán de Alfarache

Pt. II, Lib. II, Ch. IX.
Guzmán de Alfarache (1599-1604)

„A little pebble will a waggon overturn.“

—  Mateo Alemán, book Guzmán de Alfarache

Pt. II, Lib. II, Ch. VIII.
Guzmán de Alfarache (1599-1604)

„Idleness is the open field of perdition, well tilled and sown with evil thoughts.“

—  Mateo Alemán, book Guzmán de Alfarache

Pt. II, Lib. II, Ch. VI.
Guzmán de Alfarache (1599-1604)

„An unsatisfactory agreement is less harmful than a successful lawsuit.“

—  Mateo Alemán, book Guzmán de Alfarache

Pt. II, Lib. II, Ch. II.
Guzmán de Alfarache (1599-1604)

„Where wedges are worthless, the finger nails may serve.“

—  Mateo Alemán, book Guzmán de Alfarache

Pt. I, Lib. III, Ch. VIII.
Guzmán de Alfarache (1599-1604)

„Even the ass wearies of work.“

—  Mateo Alemán, book Guzmán de Alfarache

Source: Guzmán de Alfarache (1599-1604), Pt. II, Lib. I, Ch. III.

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