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The story of the very delinquent, cheeky, rebellious, cunning, mischievous and always-dancing Güegüense
Author - María López Vigil
Illustrator - Nivio López Vigil
Adaptor - María López Vigil
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The Güegüense is a danced theatre play or a dance made into theatre that was written in Nicaragua in the XVII century. From then on, it has been performed and danced in many popular celebrations. It is a humorous and satirical piece of work against the colonial system of that time.
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Fundación Libros para Niños - Nicaragua
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This book is an admirable updated version of the ancient indigenous classic work 'The Güegüense', which is the most ancient written theatrical piece that has been conserved in the whole of Latin America. Because of this, it was proclaimed UNESCO's 'Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity' in 2005.

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