First published in 1983, Nahuat Myth and Social Structure brings together an important collection of modern-day Aztec Indian folktales and vividly demonstrates how these tales have been shaped by the social structure of the communities in which they are told.Average Ratings for Mouse, by Community Yaonahuac narrators generally depict the mouse taking more initiative, ... L. V. Mouse, but not Mouse, but not hawk, eats some fish. hawk, eats the fish. ... Hawk says he does not want a reward. eat.
|Title||:||Nahuat Myth and Social Structure|
|Author||:||James M. Taggart|
|Publisher||:||University of Texas Press - 2010-07-22|