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520.3.#.a: In this Kanjobal story, a male rabbit chases a female coyote because he wants to run off with her. She is trapped by some falling trees. The coyote"s father appears and asks the rabbit to help him get her out. When the rabbit is not strong enough to help him, the father asks the lion. They free the daughter coyote, but the father and the lion are in turn trapped. The rabbit then elopes with the coyote. Further episodes concern what they eat, and how they escape from the mother coyote and the lion" s wife. The tale is one of many rabbit stories from the region. In this Kanjobal story, a male rabbit chases a female coyote because he wants to run off with her. She is trapped by some falling trees. The coyote"s father appears and asks the rabbit to help him get her out. When the rabbit is not strong enough to help him, the father asks the lion. They free the daughter coyote, but the father and the lion are in turn trapped. The rabbit then elopes with the coyote. Further episodes concern what they eat, and how they escape from the mother coyote and the lion" s wife. The tale is one of many rabbit stories from the region.

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El conejo y la coyota, un cuento kanjobal de Santa Eulalia, Huehuetenango, Guatemala

Dakin, Karen; de Diego Antonio, Diego

Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas, UNAM, publicado en Tlalocan, y cosechado de Revistas UNAM

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Cita

Dakin, Karen, et al. (1982). El conejo y la coyota, un cuento kanjobal de Santa Eulalia, Huehuetenango, Guatemala. Tlalocan; Vol. 9, 1982. Recuperado de https://repositorio.unam.mx/contenidos/4124569

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Autor(es)
Dakin, Karen; de Diego Antonio, Diego
Tipo
Artículo de Investigación
Área del conocimiento
Artes y Humanidades
Título
El conejo y la coyota, un cuento kanjobal de Santa Eulalia, Huehuetenango, Guatemala
Fecha
2013-05-03
Resumen
In this Kanjobal story, a male rabbit chases a female coyote because he wants to run off with her. She is trapped by some falling trees. The coyote"s father appears and asks the rabbit to help him get her out. When the rabbit is not strong enough to help him, the father asks the lion. They free the daughter coyote, but the father and the lion are in turn trapped. The rabbit then elopes with the coyote. Further episodes concern what they eat, and how they escape from the mother coyote and the lion" s wife. The tale is one of many rabbit stories from the region. In this Kanjobal story, a male rabbit chases a female coyote because he wants to run off with her. She is trapped by some falling trees. The coyote"s father appears and asks the rabbit to help him get her out. When the rabbit is not strong enough to help him, the father asks the lion. They free the daughter coyote, but the father and the lion are in turn trapped. The rabbit then elopes with the coyote. Further episodes concern what they eat, and how they escape from the mother coyote and the lion" s wife. The tale is one of many rabbit stories from the region.
Tema
Texto oral; kanjobal; santa eulalia; huehuetenango; guatemala; oral text; kanjobal; santa eulalia; huehuetenango; guatemala
Idioma
spa
ISSN
ISSN impreso: 0185-0989

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