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“Soustelle’s great book about the Aztecs . . . takes us deep into the life of this great society. . . . Soustelle has the rare quality of entering into the minds of those he is studying and seeing things from their point of view. . . . [His] book is one of the best ever written about the Aztecs, his portrait of their society is a triumph of scholarship, understanding, and literary skill.”—The Times Literary Supplement
“Probably the best general summary available of Aztec culture, both for the general reader and for the student.”—Hipanic American Historical Review
Posted April 14, 2014
I am a high school sophomore and I read this book for my research project. The Daily Life of the Aztecs is a very well written book that goes into great detail of the life of an Aztec. Although if is a very informative book, I often found it tedious to read. The extensive detail often caused me to lose interest quickly.
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