Acosta, Father José de, 72–73
Adorno, Theodor, 2
agraphic culture, 5, 29, 41
Aguirre, Nataniel: Juan de la Rosa, 94–102
Alegría, Ciro: 143–44; Broad and Alien Is
the World, 141
Almagro, Diego de: in Oruro version, 48,
51
Amaru, Tupac, i: as viewed by Condori,
159–60; execution of, 66; in Ayacucho y
los Andes (Chocano), 107; revolt of, 67,
80, 95
Arguedas, Alcides, 126, 138–39; and the
“indigenous problem,” 130. See also indi-
vidual works
Arguedas, José María, 121, 138–39, 145–54,
156, 165, 172. See also individual works
Aristotle, 7
Arzanz, Bartolomé: Historia de la villa
imperial de Potosí, 34
Atahuallpa [also written Atabaliba, Ata-
baliva, Atahualpa], 14–15, 36–41, 44–
46, 48–54, 56–57, 59, 70, 98, 160, 165;
and evangelization of the Americas,
25–26, 27–31; as mythical figure, 158–
59, 161, 170; reaction to the Bible, 16–
25; theatrical retellings of the death of,
31–34
autos sacramentales, 34–35
Ayacucho, battle of, 103, 106, 109–10
ayllu, 131, 138; and reinterpretation of
indigenous myths, 161–62
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 6; assertions regarding
dialogue, 58, 152–53
Ballón, Enrique. See diglossia
Balmori, Hernando: and Oruro version,
35–36, 39–40, 42, 46, 48, 50–51, 53–54
Barrios de Chungara, Domitila: Let Me
Speak!, 155–56
Bello, Andrés, 74
Bendezú, Edmundo, 2
Benjamin, Walter, 7
Benzoni, Jerónimo, 19
Beyersdorff, Margot: La Adoracion de los
Reyes Magos, 48
bilingualism, 6; and heterogenization of
subject, 148–52; in Arguedas, J. M., 146;
in Icaza, 120–23; in tradición (Palma),
72–75; in versions of the Cajamarca
“Dialogue,” 17, 26–27, 30, 41–44
Bolivian literature, 10, 35, 126–27. See also
Aguirre, Nataniel; Arguedas, Alcides;
Barrios de Chungara, Domitila; Men-
doza, Jaime; Reynolds, Gregorio
Burga, Manuel. See comparsa
Cabello de Balboa, Miguel: criticism of
Valverde, 20
Calatayud, Alejo, 95–96, 99
Catari, Tupac, 95
Certeau, Michel de, 56
chala: as metaphor for paper, 47, 49–51
chicha: spilling of, 24
Chimpu Ocllo, Isabel, 70
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