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Fantasmas de La Selva y Otas Leyendas Argentinas Libro Tapa Blanda Legend book by Ana Maria Shua - Planeta (Spanish Edition)

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  • Softcover.
  • Pages: 136.
  • Language: Spanish.
  • Type of narrative: Legends
  • Publisher: Planeta.
  • Year of publication: 2014.
  • ISBN: 9789504937944.
  • Width: 13cm / 5.11".
  • Height: 19.5 cm / 7.67"

Native peoples are among us in many ways: in our genetic heritage and in our cultural heritage, as part of our imagination and our language.

What should a person do to become a jaguar when he feels like it? Is it true that the lampalagua snake is capable of hypnotizing a fox? Is it the wolf's fault for turning into a dog on full moon Fridays?The answers lie in these ancient Argentine legends. Some come from the original peoples, others are European beliefs that migrated to America with the conquerors and settlers. And many are the product of the same mixture that makes us Argentines. Because the inhabitants of this land are much less European than we think. Native peoples are among us in many ways: in our genetic heritage and in our cultural heritage, as part of our imagination and our language. Don't you think so, Che?

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