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En este libro he combinado y reacomodado mis versiones favoritas. ¿Cómo fue que un conejillo de Indias llegó a ser el protagonista de este cuento? Los conejillos de Indias son parte de la vida tradicional de los Andes. Antes corrían libres en las montañas, igual que los conejos. Pero hace cientos de años la gente comenzó a criarlos para comer. En los mercados todavía venden conejillos de Indias para el mismo propósito. Sin embargo, aquí tenemos una excepción pues, al menos en este cuento, Cuy sale ganando.

He oído y leído este cuento muchas veces en español: en un bello y antiguo libro boliviano, de la boca de un guía peruano en un pueblo en la montaña, en una revista boliviana para niños y de nuestro amigo Edwin Sulca, un tejedor peruano. ¡Nunca lo contaron de la misma forma dos veces! En este libro he combinado y reacomodado mis versiones favoritas. ¿Cómo fue que un conejillo de Indias llegó a ser el protagonista de este cuento? Los conejillos de Indias son parte de la vida tradicional de los Andes.

Cómo? —exclamó el granjero. —Claro que también planeo casarme con tu hija, papay — agregó velozmente Tío Antonio. —¿CÓMO? —exclamó el granjero y levantó el palo sobre su cabeza. Tan rápido como pudo, Tío Antonio explicó lo que le había dicho Cuy. —¿Creíste ese cuento? ¡Qué tonto! —dijo el granjero y se rió tanto que las lágrimas rodaron por sus cachetes—. ¡Qué ridículo! Mientras el granjero se reía, el zorro mordió la cuerda y se escapó sobre la cerca del campo. —¡CUY! —aulló al correr—. ¡Nunca me engañarás de nuevo!

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