Zapotec Oral Literature: El Folklore de San Lorenzo Texmelucan, Folklore Texts in Mexican Indian Languages 4

Statement of Responsibility:
Speck, Charles H., compiler
Compilers:
Date:
1998
Publisher:
Summer Institute of Linguistics
Publisher Place:
Dallas
Part Of Series:
Language Data, Amerindian Series 13
Extent:
xviii, 234 pages
Publication Status:
Published
Table of Contents:

Preface
Prólogo
Introduction to Texmelucan Zapotec Culture

  1. The Seven Kinds of Rain
  2. Matlaziwa, the Mountain Fairy
  3. The Poisonous Tuber and a Young Man
  4. The Skunk Takes a Compadre
  5. Peter Deceives the King
  6. The Foolish Man
  7. Lucecita
  8. Cuerposulal
  9. The World of the Dead
  10. An Elderly Woman Discovers the Sun and the Moon
  11. Lovers
  12. The Vampire
  13. Zapotec Proverbs
  14. Ashes

Los Zapotecos de San Lorenzo Texmelucan
Appendix 1: The Archive
Apéndice 2: El archivo de español
Índice
References

Country:
Mexico
Subject Languages:
Content Language:
Field:
Work Type:
Subject:
Folklore, myth and legend
Nature of Work:
Entry Number:
4581