II. Kleine Beiträge Alex S c o b i e , W e l l i n g t o n , N. Z A Chilean Ass-Tale* The following tale El hombre que quiso volar1, was recorded in 1911 at Santiago: The Man Who Wanted to Fly A married woman (senora) lived in die country with her two daughters, and once a man arrived from a nearby small-holding (diacra) to ask for lodging and they accommodated him. It was about midnight when the man awoke, and hearing a noise in the nearby room, he got up and just äs he was, barefooted and in his underwear, began to peep through the lock of the door whidi connected his room with that of the lady of the house, and he saw the woman and one of her daughters who were smearing all over their completely naked bodies black pitdi/bootpolish (un betun negro), and when they were completely covered with it, he heard them saying: . "De villa en villa, de lugar en lugar" (from villa to villa, from place to place) and he saw them go flying off through an open window which gave onto the courtyard. After a
Fabula – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1976
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