This penchant for medical internationalism goes back to the greatest icon of the revolution, Ernesto “Che” Guevara.
It means that Berners was writing euphuism in 1524, five years before Guevara published his book in Spain.
We have noticed with suspicion that our two translators took their Guevara from the French.
His translation from Guevara, however, marked the beginning of a new fashion.
Might not Berners therefore have come under Guevara's influence as early as 1524?
Of course I don't know for sure that Guevara is like that, but he certainly brushed us off, didn't he?
Connel had not come with them, and his visit to Guevara could mean nothing.
He wondered if Guevara and Connel were somewhere below, and with that thought he turned toward the diamond pipe.
Guevara listened until the scientists had finished, then he smiled.
From this it appears that previous unauthorised editions of Guevara's book had been published before 1529.