Culver City: Labyrinthos, 1989. First edition. Softcover. near fine. Quarto. (vii) 110pp. Blue and black illustrated wrappers. Black lettering on front cover and spine. The publication is features work and scholarship present at the the 1988 (LAILA) Latin American Indian Literature Association's annual symposium, the purpose of which is to "stimulate and develop interest in Latin American literatures; to facilitate the collaboration of researchers, teachers students and interested professionals." Featuring contributions from Elizabeth P. Benson, Duncan Earle, Elin Danien, Jeanne Gillespie, Gloria Melendez and Enrique Margery Pena, among others, in the discussion of Pre-Columbian myths, legends, and symbolic imagery in terms of religion and literature. Illustrated with b&w maps and reproductions of original pre-Columbian carvings and stone glyphs. Text in English and Spanish. Wrappers and interior in overall near fine condition. (Inventory #: 40651)
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