Quetzalcoatl and Guadalupe The Formation of Mexican

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In: Journal de la Société des Américanistes. Tome 67, 6978. Pp. 755-757. , Paris, NRF, Gallimard, 6er trim. 6979.

Xxviii + 986 p. -f 77 pi. + 6 depl. + 6 map. * Préface d'Octavio Paz. In the long and complex story of European settlement in the New World, no historical problem is more complex, and none more absorbing, than that of tracing the exact process * « See Jacques Lafaye, Quetzalcóatl and Guadalupe. The Formation of Mexican National Consciousness, translated by Benjamin KEEN, University of Chicago Press (in press).

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