Bartolome De Ayala

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The Aztec lament songs are very emotional in the sense that they evoke the human sacrifice, tears and sadness. In "flowers and songs of sorrow " they talk about the fall of the empire to the Spanish conquistador and they mourn the loss of all those who died, the loss of their home and their way of life. Bartolome de las cases, The devastation of the Indies This reading of Batolome it is described his point of view of the Spaniards methods of colonization. The use of torture, mutilation and murder against natives by Spaniards is present in this text. The author emphasizes how mean were the Spaniards against the natives and how they were mistreated by them. Intro to Waman Poma de Ayala: Intro - In this reading the author describes how

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