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|Document Type:||Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Linda B Hall; Teresa Eckmann; ebrary, Inc.
|ISBN:||0292705956 9780292705951 0292706022 9780292706026|
|Reproduction Notes:||Online-Ausg.: Palo Alto, Calif. ebrary 2009 Online-Ressource.|
|Description:||xiii, 366 p. Ill. 24 cm.|
|Contents:||A Note on Translation and Orthography Acknowledgments Chapter I. Introduction Chapter II. The Spanish Reverence Chapter III. Discoverers, Conquerors, and Mary Chapter IV. Our Lady in Mexico: Catechisms, Confessions, Dramas, and Visions Chapter V. Mexico: Images, Fiestas, Miracles, and Apparitions Chapter VI. The Andean Virgin Chapter VII. The Virgin as National Symbol: The Cases of Bolivia, Mexico, and Argentina Chapter VIII. Evita and Maria: Religious Reverence and Political Resonance in Argentina Chapter IX. Marian Celebrations at the Turn of the Millennium Chapter X. Mary Moves North: Aspects of National Identity and Cultural Dissemination Chapter XI. Conclusion Notes Glossary Bibliography of Works Cited Index|
|Responsibility:||Linda B. Hall ; Teresa Eckmann, illustrations editor.|
"In a brief review it is difficult to do justice to the richness of this book and its insights. It is well researched, well written, and enhanced by illustrations that truly support the text." --