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22.06.2020

The Shadow and the Ash

Through a journey, the writer Rafael Toriz articulates a prose that takes us to the deep jungle to evoke, from the opioid, the ancestralities that sustain the tropics while exploring the malleability of their languages.

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Notes

  1. Among the Maya and other Mesoamerican indigenous religions, a nahual is a human being who can take the shape of a jaguar.

  2. A proper noun in Maya which means “mother of the gods” (although sources are not accurate).

  3. Italo Calvino, “The Forest and the Gods” in Collection of Sand, trans. Martin McLaughlin (Boston, Mariner Books: 2014), 193.

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