Two Maya Tales from the Mérida Cereso
Keywords: Maya Literature, Prison Literature
AbstractA translation with critical introduction of two stories set in Maya pueblos by the Yucatecan writers Zindy Abreu Barón and Yesli Dayanili Pech Pech. The stories, which both contain elements of Maya folklore, were written in the context of writing workshops conducted in the Mérida Cereso (Center for Social Reinsertion).
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Harris, A. A. (2019). Two Maya Tales from the Mérida Cereso. Transmotion, 5(1), 166-183. Retrieved from https://journals.kent.ac.uk/index.php/transmotion/article/view/772
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