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Título: Nicnoneltoquitia in Dios tetatzin ixquichyueli: dos doctrinas para indios publicadas en el siglo XVI o los inicios de una tradición textual en el México colonial
Nicnoneltoquitia in Dios tetatzin ixquichyueli: dos doctrinas para indios publicadas en el siglo XVI o los inicios de una tradición textual en el México colonial
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Fecha de publicación: 3-Oct-2012
Editorial: Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas
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Lucía Rodríguez analyzes the beginnings of a textual tradition born in Mexico during the Colonia: the Catecismo. With the support of two basic concepts, “the textual model” and “the textual tradition”, she guides her work  through three related sections. First, she treats the history and evolution of the Cate cismo as a textual genre, emphasizing its development into a textual tradition as a result of the search for the most perfect Christian doctrine. Then, she tells us how the Spanish priests’ ignorance of the indigenous languages as well as the special context of New Spain forced the members of the religious orders to adjust the Catecismo to this new situation. Finally, she analyzes two Mexican Catecismos from the XVI century to show how, while the established norm was respected, adjustments were made when necessary, giving birth to the discursive tradition we call the Catecismo Mexicano.
Other Identifiers: http://revistas.unam.mx/index.php/tlalocan/article/view/28739
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