Nahuatl Fiction / ficción Nahuatl
institute at CSUMB.EDU
Wed Jul 21 22:37:26 UTC 2004
Nahua language and culture discussion <NAHUAT-L at LISTS.UMN.EDU> writes:
>I look forward to interacting with everyone here, and would appreciate it if
>you could point me any existing works of fiction about the Nahuatls, to make
>sure I'm not beginning to write something that already exists!
If you have not already done so, you may wish to review the book by
Gary Jennings titled "Aztec." This work constitutes a remarkable piece of fiction (warts and all) pertaining to the Nahua (specifically, Mexica Aztec) peoples of pre-Hispanic central Mexico. See
http://www.amazon.com/gp/reader/0812521463/ref=sib_dp_pt/103-7846545-7351014#reader-link for additional details.
Ruben G. Mendoza, Ph.D., Director
Institute for Archaeological Science, Technology and Visualization
Social and Behavioral Sciences
California State University Monterey Bay
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Seaside, California 93955-8001
Email: archaeology_institute at csumb..edu
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