This is where La Loba sings over the bones in the first story of the book.
La Loba gathers these together to her cave wherein she performs a resurrection along with a joyous celebration of life through the power of her own singing.
This object has been retained by a cloister of nuns. It is the remnant of a powerful man who is of exceptional danger to women.
This item is safe from decay at the bottom of a body of water.
This object is from the story Skeleton Woman. It is cause for well-placed hope of some kind.
In the chapter devoted to the search for belonging, the author tells readers that women's longing to help along the wild soul- and she means this in a healthy way - will lead women to paint the sky on...
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