Mitla Zapotec Texts: Folklore Texts in Mexican Indian Languages no. 3

Author(s):
Stubblefield, Morris and Carol Stubblefield, compilers
Description:

Gives a grammatical sketch of Zapotec (Mitla Valley, Oaxaca, Mexico).

This third volume in the series Folklore Texts in Mexican Indian Languages consists of eight stories narrated by native speakers, transcribed phonemically, with glossing in English and free translations in English and Spanish.

Table of Contents:

Editor's Preface
Introduction

  1. The First Man, Woman, and Children Jerónimo Quero
  2. John the Charcoal Maker Jerónimo Quero
  3. The Rabbit and the Coyote Pedro Aguilar
  4. The Lion Meets a Man Pedro Aguilar
  5. The Man Who Went to Town Manuel Quero Olivero
  6. A Person of the Earth Who Was Cold All the Time Manuel Quero Olivero
  7. The Turtle and the Buzzard Fausto Sosa
  8. The Smallest Animal Manuel Quero Olivero
Retail Price:
$16.50
Date:
1994
Extent:
vii, 144 pages
ISBN 13:
978-0883127001
Subject:
Language texts
Folklore, myth and legend
ISBN 10:
0883127008
Size:
6 × 9 × 0.32 in
Weight:
0.6 lb
Publication Category:
Country:
Mexico
Subject Languages:
Content Language: