Cuentos, Fabulas y Poemas

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Yunque, Alvaro
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1938
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Cover lists the date of publication as 1939. An unusual pictorial cover, running from front to back, shows a boy looking up at several faces and many animals. There are eight fables here in a section that runs from 151 to 168. They are taken from Los Animales Hablan from Ercilla in Santiago, Chile. I think I understand Idioma Universal on 161. A parrot gathers all the animals to deal with a problem that has them subjugated to men. Human beings can all talk with each other, but the animals are all caught in the specific idiom of their species. The parrot proposes developing a universal language for all animals. Fine, but whose language will it be? The animals end up again opposing each other, and the men continue their domination.
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Ediciones Encuadernables de El Nacional
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