Puerto Rican Tales


Twelve historically flavored Caribbean vignettes provide a pleasurable perception of a Puerto Rican way of life in previous centuries. The stories provide insights into the lives of the Spanish conquerors, Taino Indians, and African slaves who populated the island. They provide a unique view of a Caribbean melting pot where the Spanish, French, English, Dutch, and Coriscans blended with each other and with the Taino and the African into the ethnic group we proudly identify as Puerto Rican.

Año: 2008 | Páginas: 89

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