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#1 Latin folk tales

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Once upon a time there was a very rich Spanish man named Antonio who lived in a small town south of Michoacan, State of Mexico. He had great riches but his greatest treasure was his teenage daughter Mariana who was so beautiful some believed she was an angel on earth. Mariana fell in love with a handsome Indian boy from the village. He was very brave and had true feelings for the beautiful girl. Unfortunately for the young couple, Don Antonio would not allow her to marry anyone. He was very selfish and excessively jealous so to avoid ever losing his greatest treasure on May 2 nd he hiked the devils hill where it was well foli men with horrible talee went to make even more horrible deals with the devil. At that exact moment the earth began to tremble and there was a terrible cataclysm. An atmosphere of fire and earth Forced to eat animal cum the village killing many people and Mariana, her Indian boyfriend and her father where never found under the mud. They transmitted the story from generation to generation. Today you can see the remains of that terrible event at the San Antonio hill, also known as Mariana. People gave the mountain the name of the beautiful girl since it seems that it is she who is laying there, waiting for her beloved boyfriend for all eternity. Every year on May 3 rd during the celebration of the cross many assure to have seen a beautiful young girl singing a sad song and kissing a small gold cross hanging from her chest. Talws claim to have seen her walking towards the hill and disappearing suddenly. Mixing up things a little bit! The dance appeared in Latin folk tales eighteenth century as a form of...

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Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on Amazon. When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it. To learn more about Amazon Sponsored Products, click here. Each story has its own author and is illustrated by one of three artists, yet the tellings are remarkably uniform in being somewhat bland. Despite the assertion in the introduction that the tales are imbued with a particular humorous slant and have a distinctive Criollo Creole flavor that results from the transfer from European to Latin American culture, these traits do not come through clearly. The illustrations, a full-page color plate and a decorative ink drawing each, sometimes augmented by a spread, are workmanlike, but uninspired. The introduction and notes to the stories that precede the tales and the "About the Authors" section at the end give some much-needed depth and background. The book's diminutive size is in its favor, as it fits comfortably into small hands. John Bierhorst's Latin American Folktales: Stories from Hispanic and Indian Traditions Pantheon, gives tales in more clearly fleshed-out cultural context. Definitely the superior work, it is dauntingly long at almost pages, and is best aimed at slightly older readers. Little Book could then be used as an introduction, moving on subsequently to Bierhorst's more difficult work. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Learn more about Amazon Prime. When stories travel, they change. The authors of the stories in this anthology range from folklorists to simple storytellers, but they all have in common their Criollo Creole roots. Here they have specifically sought out traditional European...

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As diverse and heterogenous as Latin American culture can be, there are a few touchstones that connect nearly all of us, regardless of our nationalities: He was told to drink the blood of children, so he kidnapped a 7-year-old boy named Bernardo. Jasy Jatere similarly preys on children, but Jasy takes them back to a cave and feeds them wild fruits and berries until they become feral. And he may look hella cool — he wears a big hat, dresses in mostly black, and is well-accessorized with his ornamental boots and belts — but he is actually a creep and very short. He will play his silver guitar to get her to come home with him. They tried to keep him away, but he just kept up showing up to her place to play his guitar. They are said to be fair-tempered creatures that control the weather and are sometimes called weather-fairies. The rare times they do appear, they look like small, wizened men. She protects nature, and those who dare mess with it will get punished. Scorned women is a trope familiar all over the world, which is probably why there are so many of them in Latino horror culture. In one version, the man leaves her for another woman. Her yells can be heard in the late evenings. In another, Maria is the most beautiful woman in town. The next day, she is found dead by the river, and after that, her ghost can be found crying, as she roams the river in search of her children. In Nicaragua, the story centers on Hilaria Ruiz, a young woman who fell for Salvador Cruz, a playboy. Juana knew it would be over between the two of them, so she got him drunk enough to miss his wedding. Hilaria, inconsolable,...

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Once upon a time there was a very rich Spanish man named Antonio who lived in a small town south of Michoacan, State of Mexico. He had great riches but his greatest treasure was his teenage daughter Mariana who was so beautiful some believed she was an angel on earth. Mariana fell in love with a handsome Indian boy from the village. He was very brave and had true feelings for the beautiful girl. Unfortunately for the young couple, Don Antonio would not allow her to marry anyone. He was very selfish and excessively jealous so to avoid ever losing his greatest treasure on May 2 nd he hiked the devils hill where it was well known men with horrible wishes went to make even more horrible deals with the devil. At that exact moment the earth began to tremble and there was a terrible cataclysm. An atmosphere of fire and earth invaded the village killing many people and Mariana, her Indian boyfriend and her father where never found under the mud. They transmitted the story from generation to generation. Today you can see the remains of that terrible event at the San Antonio hill, also known as Mariana. People gave the mountain the name of the beautiful girl since it seems that it is she who is laying there, waiting for her beloved boyfriend for all eternity. Every year on May 3 rd during the celebration of the cross many assure to have seen a beautiful young girl singing a sad song and kissing a small gold cross hanging from her chest. They claim to have seen her walking towards the hill and disappearing suddenly. Hapunda was a beautiful princess that lived on the Yunuen Island on the Patzcuaro Lake. She was not only gorgeous but also very kind...

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Once upon a time there was a very rich Spanish man named Antonio who lived in a small town south of Michoacan, State of Mexico. He had great riches but his greatest treasure was his teenage daughter Mariana who was so beautiful some believed she was an angel on earth. Mariana fell in love with a handsome Indian boy from the village. He was very brave and had true feelings for the beautiful girl. Unfortunately for the young couple, Don Antonio would not allow her to marry anyone. He was very selfish and excessively jealous so to avoid ever losing his greatest treasure on May 2 nd he hiked the devils hill where it was well known men with horrible wishes went to make even more horrible deals with the devil. At that exact moment the earth began to tremble and there was a terrible cataclysm. An atmosphere of fire and earth invaded the village killing many people and Mariana, her Indian boyfriend and her father where never found under the mud. They transmitted the story from generation to generation. Today you can see the remains of that terrible event at the San Antonio hill, also known as Mariana. People gave the mountain the name of the beautiful girl since it seems that it is she who is laying there, waiting for her beloved boyfriend for all eternity. Every year on May 3 rd during the celebration of the cross many assure to have seen a beautiful young girl singing a sad song and kissing a small gold cross hanging from her chest. They claim to have seen her walking towards the hill and disappearing suddenly. Hapunda was a beautiful princess that lived on the Yunuen Island on the Patzcuaro Lake. She was not only gorgeous but also very kind...

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