The gaucho Martín Fierro by José Hernández
By José Hernández
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Recently, an assistant militia inspector of the government of Buenos Aires visited the squadron. The soldiers surrounded him and asked if they were going to be discharged. He answered "no," though in fact he had done everything possible for them. Then several soldiers, with tears in their eyes, expressed themselves more or less in this fashion: "Sir, please see if they will discharge us. " The government official returned to Buenos Aires. He presented himself before the provincial government and reported what had just transpired, the misery he had witnessed, and the need for those in power to carry out their promise, giving freedom to those who were suffering unjustly in what was nothing more than a prison.
And when he went for me,tryin' to find a weak spot,1185I crocked himwith a bottle of gin. I ducked and cleared a space,sayin' to the people: "Folks,let that bull make his charge;alone I was born... "1195After I crocked him, the blackslipped his poncho over his armand said: "You'll find outif you die alone... I had a blade with an S-guard41that was made from a steel file;I stabbed at him, but he dodgedand came at me in a blind rage. And then as he was flashin'his knife right past my eyes,1225he managed with the pointto cut me on one cheek.
Buenos Aires: Angel Estraday Cía, 1961), Introduction, pp. 7-8 and 42-46; cf. Fermín Chávez, "Los primeros hernandistas," Palabra Hernándista, January-March 1972. 9. Juan María Torres, La Patria (Montevideo), no. 90 (22 February 1874), p. 1, col. 2. 10. El Nacional (Buenos Aires), no. 9,858 (7 June 1879), p. 1, cols. 2, 3; no. 9,796 (22 March 1879), p. 1, cols. ] "El gaucho Martín Fierro," El Mercantil (Buenos Aires), no. 328 (February 1873), p. 1, cols. 6, 7; José Hernández, El gaucho Martín Fierro, 12th ed.