Broken Spears: Summary

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Conclusively, Broken Spears is an eloquent testimony that Miguel León-Portilla, so passionately dedicated hard-work and effort to have this book be published. For he is determined to have the Nahuatl passages publicized and have their voices heard, which is something that Gustavo Verdesio would have wanted. As Verdesio argued that passages that have been written by marginalized people are disregard by many historians and authors, and so when a book like Broken Spears is published, it helps bring awareness the argument that Verdesio has been claiming. Proving, that although it may be hard to give into account the stories of those who are marginalized, it is possible to bring those historical anecdotes to light, paving a path for future historical
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