This work, one of the most widely diffused written texts in the Quechua language, had previously been translated into Norwegian, German, and Dutch. Gelles and Martinez's English translation brings these moving and important life stories to a whole new audience. As such, it is a welcome addition to the published literature in English on Andean cultures. The first, and by far the longer of the two testimonios, is that of Gregorio Condori Mamani.
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