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Magical Writing In Salasaca: Literacy And Power In Highland Ecuador

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Return to Book Page. This engaging case study of Salasaca, a village in highland Ecuador, examines indigenous beliefs about writing, such as Day of the Dead name lists, comparisons with weaving, and a witch who kills people listed in his book of names.

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