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    Ebook online The Dog Who Spoke and More Mayan Folktales by James D. Sexton – propertyfeedslive.co.uk I got to meet Don Pedro at his home near Lake Atitlan four years ago He's a very kind man In James Sexton's earlier books he's known by the pseudonym Ignacio Bizarro Upjan

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    Ebook online The Dog Who Spoke and More Mayan Folktales by James D. Sexton – propertyfeedslive.co.uk James D. Sexton ½ 9 read I don't know how to review this The stories were not what I expected They sounded so contemporary in nature I don't really know what I expected though and that has me wanting to examine my expectations I don't know if it's the way the editor said so and so told me this story in 1970 and the stories would say this happened to my cousin's nephew Maybe that just changed the way I interpreted the stories because I heard each as though it really

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