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Briggs, Charles L. and Julián Josué Vigil, editors

The lost gold mine of Juan Mondragón; a legend from New Mexico performed by Melaquías Romero

The University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 1990, xxiv, 270p., 7.25x10.25 inches, preface, introduction, guide to the translation, appendixes (genealogies) notes, index, illustrated with photos and maps, very good first edition in cloth boards and unclipped dj. Publications of the American Folklore Society, General editior, Patrick B. Mullen. Recitation of the tale of the rediscovery of the mine by Juan Mondragón, and his death at the hands of his adulterous wife before he could divulge the location. The narrative is a "favorite among the Hispano communities of highland New Mexico .." dj, put in an ethnopoetic format for performance

Cat.No: 24426

Price: $12.00

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