The Hungry woman: myths and legends of the Aztecs
Quill/William Morrow, 1984 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 148 pages
A collection of the myths and legends of the Aztecs, presented in traditional order and capturing the humor and vitality of the original texts, features tales ranging from their creation myth to tales of heroes. Original. 10,000 first printing.
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asked Aztec lore began birds bishop bones called Cantares mexicanos chief server Cihuacoatl city of Mexico Coatlicue codex Colhuacan Conquest Copil Cortes Coyolxauhqui Crdnica cried Cuetlaxtlan danced daughter Dead Land Lord Duran dwarfs eagle earth fall of Tula feathers fell fifth sun fire Florentine Codex flowers Ghost of Montezuma Girded Loins Guadalupe hagun heard Histoyre du Mechique Huitzilopochtli huitznahua Hungry Woman jewels Juan Bernardino Juan Diego killed king king's lake look Malinalxochitl Malintzin Mendieta Mexicans mother Nahuatl in Sahagun Nanahuatl narratives necklaces night ocean omen pepper prickly pear priests Quet Quetzal Quetzalcoatl rain ropes seamstress sent sky lady Snake Mountain song sorcerer Spanish spirits stone story Talking Stone tell Montezuma Tenochtitlan Tenochtli Tepeyacac Tezcatlipoca Tezozomoc tilma Tlatelolco told Toltecs Tonantzin translated trees True Corn Tula Virgin Virgin of Guadalupe Weeping Woman Woman of Discord word zalcoatl