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050 00 GR111.H57|bL37 2002 
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245 00 Latin American folktales :|bstories from Hispanic and 
       Indian traditions /|cedited and with an introduction by 
       John Bierhorst. 
250    First edition. 
264  1 New York :|bPantheon Books,|c[2002] 
264  4 |c©2002 
300    xii, 386 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Pantheon fairy tale and folklore library 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 373-383). 
505 0  Prologue: early colonial legends -- Montezuma -- The 
       talking stone -- Montezuma's wound -- Eight omens -- The 
       return of Quetzalcoatl -- Is it you? -- Legends of the 
       Inca Kings -- Mayta Capac -- The storm -- The vanishing 
       bride -- A messenger in black -- The oracle at Huamachuco 
       -- Bringing out the Holy word -- Folktales: a twentieth-
       century wake -- In the city of Benjamin -- Antuco's luck -
       - Don Dinero and Doña Fortuna -- Mistress Lucía -- St. 
       Peter's wishes -- The coyote Teodora -- Buried alive -- 
       The three gowns -- The horse of seven colors -- The cow --
       Death and the doctor -- What the owls said -- Aunt Misery 
       -- Palm-tree story -- Pedro de Urdemalas -- The letter 
       carrier from the other world -- The King's pigs -- The 
       sack -- Pedro goes to heaven -- A voyage to eternity -- 
       Mother and daughter -- The bird sweet magic -- Death comes
       as a rooster -- The twelve truths of the world -- Folk 
       prayers -- The mouse and the dung beetle -- The canon and 
       the King's false friend -- The story that became a dream -
       - St. Theresa and the lord -- Rice from ashes -- Juan 
       María and Juana María -- The witch wife -- O wicked world 
       -- The three sisters -- The count and the Queen -- Crystal
       the Wise -- Love like salt -- The Pongo's dream -- The fox
       and the monkey -- The Miser's jar -- Tup and the ants -- A
       master and his pupil -- The Louse-drum -- The three dreams
       -- The clump of basil -- Riddles -- The charcoal peddler's
       chicken -- The three counsels -- Seven blind Queens -- The
       mad King -- A mother's curse -- The hermit and the 
       drunkard -- The noblewoman's daughter and the charcoal 
       woman's son -- The enchanted cow -- Judas's ear -- Good is
       repaid with evil -- The fisherman's daughter -- In the 
       beginning -- How the first people were made -- Adam's rib 
       -- Adam and Eve and their children -- God's letter to Noéh
       -- God chooses Noah -- The flood -- A prophetic dream -- 
       The white lily -- The night in the stable -- When morning 
       came -- Why did it dawn? -- That was the principal day -- 
       Three kings -- The Chirst child as trickster -- Christ 
       saved by the firefly -- Christ betrayed by snails -- 
       Christ betrayed by the magpie-jay -- The blind man at the 
       cross -- The cricket, the mole, and the mouse -- As if 
       with wings -- Slowpoke slaughtered four -- The price of 
       heaven and the rain of Caramels -- Pine cone the 
       astrologer -- The dragon slayer -- The rarest thing -- 
       Pince Simpleheart -- The flower of Lily-Lo -- My garden is
       better than ever -- Juan Bobo and the pig -- The parrot 
       prince -- A dead man speaks -- The bear's son -- Charity -
       - Riches without working -- Let somebody buy you who 
       doesn't know you -- The mouse king -- Mariquita Grim and 
       Mariquita Fair -- The compadre's dinner -- The hog -- Two 
       sisters -- The ghosts' reales -- The bad compadre -- Black
       chickens -- Doublehead -- Littlebit -- Rosalie -- A day 
       laborer goes to work -- The moth -- The earth ate them -- 
       Why tobacco grows close to houses -- The buzzard husband -
       - The dead wife -- Romi Kumu makes the world -- She was 
       thought and memory -- Was it not an illusion? -- The 
       beginning life of the hummingbird -- Ibis story -- The 
       condor seeks a wife -- The priest's son becomes an eagle -
       - The revolt of the utensils -- The origin of permanent 
       death. 
650  0 Hispanic Americans|vFolklore. 
650  0 Latin Americans|vFolklore. 
650  0 Indians|vFolklore. 
650  0 Tales|zAmerica. 
650  0 Legends|zAmerica. 
700 1  Bierhorst, John. 
830  0 Pantheon fairy tale & folklore library. 
856 42 |3Contributor biographical information|uhttp://www.loc.gov
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856 42 |3Publisher description|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/
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