By Mody C. Boatright, Wilson M. Hudson, Allen Maxwell
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He placed the body in a shallow trench and covered it with dirt and the leaves of a prickly pear. Soon after this, as he rested beside the road he saw a young man approaching. "Para dónde? ]" asked the stranger. "Just seeking adventure," said Julio. "My name is Antonio," said the young man. "You are Julio, if I remember well. " After five days of walking, they came to a city. Neither had so much as a centavo. Page 19 "Now we shall enter an inn," said Antonio. " asked Julio. " "Leave that to me," said Antonio.
In this enchanted city there had been no sounds for ages. Julio had heard nothing further than the words of the princess and her father. That night, however, while in a dull half-sleep he awoke to the distant tolling of a bell. This was followed by the dismal wail of a dog. And then burros and roosters began braying and crowing. " There were parades, and marching of soldiers and bands on the streets. With unrestrained emotion the people were shouting over and over again: ''Viva la vida! " At dawn the streets were silent again.
Page 11 Cándida was undressed and reaching for a robe when the old woman returned suddenly. It was then the latter saw a black mole on the young woman's right thigh. "I am feeling much relieved now, señora," said the trota conventos. "With your permission, I shall hurry home and prepare food for my grandson. " She went immediately, not home, but to the plaza where she found Pedro. "Albricias, Pedro," she said. "I have what you need to win your bet. " She explained in cruel detail what had happened when she entered Cándida's home.
A Good Tale and a Bonnie Tune (Texas Folklore Society Publications Series, 32) by Mody C. Boatright, Wilson M. Hudson, Allen Maxwell