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Goddess of Grass Chapter 5 Part 2

In the intervening years Cortés becomes restless despite his status as mayor of Santiago, the largest city in Cuba. But even worse, his relationship with Governor Diego Velásquez deteriorates badly, mostly due to his hesitation in marrying Catalina. This subject … Continue reading

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Goddess of Grass Chapter 5 Part 1

Montezuma strolls through the beautiful garden with balconies extending over it, supported by marble columns. There are ten pools, in which were kept all the species of water birds. Some of the pools contain salt water and others fresh water … Continue reading

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Goddess of Grass Chapter 4 Part 3

Malinalli’s first days in slavery are a frightening experience. She doesn’t understand the language and there are no friendly faces to comfort her. But the overseer, the man who purchased her, assigns one of the older women slaves to look … Continue reading

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Special promotion for the next few weeks. Here’s how it works: purchase any of our ebooks on Amazon . Write a review and post it on Amazon. Send us a link to your review at info at morawski1.com ( replace … Continue reading

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La Malinche, Dona Marina, Malinalli, Malintzan – what’s in a name?

La Malinche, Dona Marina, Malinalli, Malintzan – how many historical figures, let alone female ones, have been known by so many different names? No wonder there is so much mystery and confusion surrounding this misunderstood woman. At birth she was … Continue reading

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Malinche – Good Overview Article

Tourists browsing around Mexico’s souvenir shops often see a painting – reproduced on everything from wall hangings to Tee-shirts – of a heroic-looking man in medieval armor and a beautiful, dark-haired woman, both on a heroic-looking white horse. History buffs … Continue reading

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