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The Quechua fable
Research and compilation of Andean mythology

Author - Reynaldo Martínez Parra
Illustrator - Juan Polo Martínez

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The Quechua fable<br>Research and compilation of Andean mythology
 
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Number of Pages - 202
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Summary
The fable tells us, in the oral tradition, about what the animals and men talked about with each other. Men tell us, on behalf of the animals, that they used to fight and lie to each other, like enemies. Ancient wise men left these stories so that they would teach us to live a good and honest life.
 
Publication Date
1999
 
Languages
Spanish, Quechua
 
Contributor
North American Cultural Institute of Peru (ICPNA) & National Library of Peru (BNP) - Peru
 
Publisher
San Marcos Editorial - Peru
Copyright held by - Reynaldo Martínez Parra.
This work is made available with the permission of the owner of copyright.

Notes
Contains information about Quechua culture and fables in Spanish, followed by poems and fables in Quechua.
 

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