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Grammar of the Mexican Language with an Explanation of Its Adverbs: (1645)

Grammar of the Mexican Language with an Explanation of Its Adverbs: (1645)

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This book is the most influential work ever published on Nahuatl grammar and remains an essential work of reference for the student of the language. This new edition presents the original Spanish and an English translation on facing pages, along with explanatory commentary.

Author: Horacio Carochi
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Published: 07/01/2002
Pages: 544
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 1.91lbs
Size: 9.34h x 6.40w x 1.36d
ISBN: 9780804742818

Review Citation(s):
Reference and Research Bk News 02/01/2002 pg. 201

About the Author
James Lockhart is Professor Emeritus of History at UCLA. Many would regard him as the leading historian writing today on Colonial Latin America, having pioneered the detailed use of indigenous-language sources (notably Nahuatl) to carry out this work. His books include Nahuas and Spaniards: Post Conquest Central Mexican History and Philology (Stanford University Press, 1991), The Nahuas After the Conquest: A Social and Cultural History of the Indians of Central Mexico, Sixteenth Through Eighteenth Centuries (Stanford University Press, 1992), and Of Things of the Indies: Essays Old and New in Early Latin American History (Stanford University Press, 2000). The second title mentioned above won the Beveridge Prize, the Bolton Prize, the Cline Prize, and the Wheeler-Voegelin Prize.

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