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Stories and Songs Around the Campfire

  Story Abstract  

Name of the Storyteller: 

Leticia Correa


Title of the Story: 

Pedro and Diablo, Pedro y el Diablo


Story Source Material:

 Story from “The day it snowed tortillas, El dia que nevaron tortillas” with permission from author, Joe Hayes.


Taletype Classification of the Story:

Folk tale story from New Mexico


Story Rating:

General audience


Abstract/Summary

Abstract/Summary: Two friends, Pedro and Diablo (known as such because of his naughty ways) decide to steal some apples from a neighbor’s tree and escape to the cemetery to hide. 

Unexpectedly, two drunks also go to the cemetery and are shocked that maybe their end is near because of Pedro’s and Diablo’s conversation.

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