Lazarillo de Tormes

Without this anonymous literary, precursor of picaresque literature, Don Quixote would not be what it is.

Forbidden by the Inquisition due to its influences of the Lutheran Reformation, found in its critique of the hypocritical society and the clergy of the sixteenth-century Spain, the story tells, in epistolary form, the cruel life of an orphan born in Salamanca, who has to sharpen their wits to serve several masters, from a blind to a clergyman.