. Geneva: Minerva, 1977.
(A very simple and elementary overview to Mexico’s people, art, and culture).
Mexico: a study of two Americas.
N.Y.: Literary Guild, 1931.
(A close look at Mexican people and their daily lives with illustrations by Diego Rivera).
Cordry, Donald and Dorthy.
Mexican Indian Costumes.
Austin: Steck Company, 1968.
(Detailed descriptions of men’s and women’s costumes and daily clothing).
Mexican Mural: The Story of Mexico Past and Present.
N.Y.: Harcourt, Brace, and World, Inc., 1963.
(Shows Mexico at work, home, and play. Also includes natural resources, beauties, and relationship with U.S.).
Mexican and Central American Mythology.
London: Hamlyn, 1988.
(Discusses how mythology was an important factor in Mexico during Pre-Hispanic times).
New poetry of Mexico.
N.Y.: Dutton, 1970.
(A collection of poems selected from Poesia en Movimiento, Mexico, 1915-1966, compiled by O. Paz and others).
Prescott, William Hickling.
The Conquest of Mexico.
N.Y.: Jr. Literary Guild, 1934.
(Begins with discussion of the Aztec civilizations and moves to the life of Cortez).
Mexico: A History in Art.
N.Y.: Harper and Row, 1968.
(A detailed history from 1700 B.C. to the twentieth century. Discusses all eras including Classic and Colonial).