Ye yauh in cihuamichtli : La sirena que se va


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YE YAUH IN CIHUAMICHTLI : LA SIRENA QUE SE VA. / Berenice Granados Vázquez (text) ; Andrés Mario Ramírez Cuevas (illustrations). Morelia, Michoacán, México : Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México , Escuela Nacional de Estudios Superiores , Unidad Morelia , Laboratorio Nacional de Materiales Orales Editorial ; Ciudad de México, México : Comisión Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología, 2020. 20 pages : includes color illustrations ; 24 cm. (Serie Zango zango sabaré). ISBN : 9786073029766 (volumen) ; 9786073017411 (serie).
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As a way to explain the origin of lightning, in the community of Ixhuatlán de Madero, Veracruz, a myth is told about a mermaid, fishes and rain. This title contains this brief story originally told in nahuatl by Cirilo Hernández San Juan and documented by Berenice Granados Vázquez, translated into spanish to present it here in a bilingual form between spanish and nahuatl. These blue-toned pages tell the story of a mermaid woman who flees to the sea after receiving rejection from her husband when he knows her nature, becoming to a flight and a search, which results in lightning and lightning. movement of the river, accompanied by illustrations made by Andrés Mario Ramírez Cuevas.

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