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Título: Nor Kamalio 'El camaleón'
Nor Kamalio 'El camaleón'
Fecha de publicación: 3-Oct-2012
Editorial: Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas
Descripción: The Otomi text that Enrique Palancar presents here is from the variant of the language spoken in San Ildefonso Tultepec, Amealco de Bonfil, in the southern part of the state of Querétaro. The autor notes that the variant belongs to the northwest Otomi dialect area, and is close to that of the Valley of the Mezquital. The story “The chameleon” was narrated spontaneously by Anastacia Cruz Vázquez, who was 59 years old at the time, and treats a theme that is both modern —that of a circus— and yet reflects an old Otomi mythology regarding the Mexican reptile Phrynosomatidae, a kind of lizard somewhat like a miniature iguana. The reptile’s mythical abilities to control all other animals are the point of departure for the narrative. Palancar also includes an explanation of the practical orthography and the conventions for the glossing and transcription of the text.
Other Identifiers: http://revistas.unam.mx/index.php/tlalocan/article/view/28674
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