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Night of sorrows

a novel
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W.W. Norton & Co. , New York
Fiction, Conquerors, Princesses, Aztecs, Hi
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Sold as a love slave to Hernan Cortes in the early sixteenth century, Aztec princess Malintzín accompanies him on a journey to Tenochtítlan, while Cortés and his compadres engage in a battle that marks the end of the Aztec empire.

StatementFrances Sherwood
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3569.H454 N54 2006
The Physical Object
Pagination425 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24748548M
ISBN 100393058255
ISBN 139780393058253
LC Control Number2006000420
OCLC/WorldCa62858068

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Night of Sorrows plunges readers into the conflicting New Worlds of the mysterious Malintzín, born as an Aztec princess and sold as a slave, and her dashing and ruthless lover-master, conquistador Hernán Cortés. As they march through the Empire of the Sun to the shimmering island metropolis, Tenochtítlan (Mexico City), Cortés advances his cause by winning friends through.

The Spanish referred to the escape as "La Noche Triste," or "the Night of Sorrows." The Conquest of the Aztecs Inconquistador Hernan Cortes landed near present-day Veracruz with about men and began slowly making his way to the magnificent capital city of the Mexica (Aztec) Empire, Tenochtitlan.

La Noche Triste ("The Night of Sorrows", literally "The Sad Night") was an important event during the Spanish conquest of Mexico, wherein Hernán Cortés, his invading army of Spanish conquistadors, and their native allies were driven out of the Aztec capital at Tenochtitlan.

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NIGHT SORROWS, JOYFUL MORNINGS inside. A laugh could be plastic and cheerful deceit. Little wonder the book of proverb says, sorrow may hide behind laughter and happiness may end in sorrow.

(Luke ff).

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Also, it was a night season when suddenly wine finished at the peak of the marriage ceremony in Cana of Galilee (Johnff). The. Amid the splendor and savagery of 16th-century Mexico, an epic drama unfolds, featuring bloody Uixachtecatl and a colonizing Christ, a lush culture and its civilizing barbarians, an Aztec princess and the ultimate conquistador, Hernán Corté: Frances Sherwood.

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Sitemap and site privacy policy. Contact. © Graham Hancock is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to products on Amazon. GrahamHancock.In Night of Sorrows, Sherwood illustrates the arbitrary nature of war, the fractious nature of Cortez’ endeavors and the mistakes that mar his passage into legend, Malintzin paving the way into the heart of the Empire of the Sun, her love for this inconstant man the cement that binds his dream to reality.