Fifteen Poets of the Aztec World

ISBN-10: 0806132914

ISBN-13: 9780806132914

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Book details

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
Publication date: 10/15/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 328
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.188

Miguel Leon-Portilla, author of more than forty books including "Broken Spears", is the world's leading scholar on Mesoamerican literature. He lives in Mexico.

List of Illustrations
Preface
Nahuatl Pronunciation Key
Introduction
Poets from the Region of Tezcoco
Tlaltecatzin of Cuauhchinanco: Singer of Pleasure, Woman, and Death (Fourteenth Century)
Nezahualcoyotl of Tezcoco: Poet, Architect, Man of Divine Wisdom (1-Rabbit, 1402 - 6-Flint, 1472)
Cuacuauhtzin of Tepechpan: Singer of Betrayed Friendship (Middle Fifteenth Century)
Nezahualpilli: Sage and Poet, Successor to Nezahualcoyotl (11-Flint, 1464 - 10-Reed, 1515)
Cacamatzin of Tezcoco: Ruler and Poet of Brief and Tragic Life (Ca. 2-Rabbit, 1494 - 2-Flint, 1520)
Poets of Mexico-Tenochtitlan
Tochihuitzin Coyolchiuhqui: Poet, Son of Itzcoatl, and Ruler of Teotlaltzinco (End Fourteenth - Middle Fifteenth Century)
Axayacatl: Poet and Lord of Tenochtitlan (Ca. 9-House, 1449 - 2-House, 1481)
Macuilxochitzin: Poet, Daughter of Tlacaelel (Middle Fifteenth Century)
Temilotzin of Tlatelolco: Defender of Tenochtitlan and Singer of Friendship (End Fifteenth Century - 7-House, 1525)
Poets from the Region of Puebla-Tlaxcala
Tecayehuatzin of Huexotzinco: The Ruler and Sage Who Called for a Dialogue on the Meaning of Flower and Song (Second Half Fifteenth Century - Early Sixteenth Century)
Ayocuan Cuetzpaltzin: White Eagle of Tecamachalco (Second Half Fifteenth Century - Early Sixteenth Century)
Xayacamach of Tizatlan: A Successful Ruler Who Sings About Himself (Second Half Fifteenth Century)
Xicohtencatl the Elder: Lord of Tizatlan, Singer of the "Flowery War" (Ca. 11-House, 1425 - 4-Rabbit, 1522)
Poets of Chalco-Amaquemecan
Chichicuepon of Chalco: Poet and Unfortunate Litigant (Fifteenth Century)
Aquiauhtzin of Ayapanco: His Song of the Warrior Women of Chalco: An Example of Nahuatl Erotic Poetry (Ca. 1430 - ca. 1500)
A Last Word
Notes
Bibliography
Index
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