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Mexico and the Caribbean

HISTORY ....... This page intentionally left blank Because the kings of France loved Tivoli these windows bearing oranges globed, glowed, and that’s how night becomes day without taking your eyes off their palaces in winter. A garden is a mirror he said stepping back to get a larger view he knew a globe upon a table, that’s containable, whereas an orange will seem to expand in the dark—we’ve trained our explosions to slow down. We thought the world was warm, was orange, and hung ripe among the leaves all around us. From the French: garder: to keep as well

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PART ONE The Pueblos, Their History and Present Life T H E T W E N T Y - S I X P U E B L O S , or urban homes, of the most interesting of all North American Indian communities lie in the region described by an arc curving southward from Black Mesa, in the arid plateau lands of the upper Colorado River basin of northwestern Arizona, to the flat banks of the clear waters of the Rio Grande, which flows from the moun- tains on the New Mexico-Colorado border. Here, on a shelf of land lying between the mountains to the north and the rough country which drops

372.1); 4.3.173f.* (cf.k M863), 179 (cf. B724); 4.6.7f. (cf. P327) (8) 5.1.37, 44 (cf. S914), 45 (T58I), 64 (cf. S934), 116F.* (cf. e.g., T324), 166f. (cf. M341), 177-80 (cf. M26), 262 (cf. H586), 287 (cf. N279), 298f. (cf. W602), 339 f * (cf. N241), 409 (D 139.1 ), 411 (cf. L282.1), 411 (M800), 428 (L9), 453 (cf. T244), 537 (cf. M980) ( 16) (110) ' 2. Cf. Appendix B: BB6, 18, CC20, CG7, HH4,JJ1, MM 13, PP3, 15, RR2. 3 . SS3 .TT8 , 13, 16.WW6, 7(17) HISTORIES King Henry the Sixth, Part One.1 1.1.6* (cf. G251), 75 (cf. F164), 175 (J23); 1.2.9* (?cf