Cuentos del Sil

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Cuentos del Sil[1] (Tales of the Sil) is a Leonese language book written by nine Leonese language writers. It was sponsored by the provincial government of León, and two Leonese language associations: El Fueyu and El Toralín. The authors came from the Sil valley, specially from El Bierzo (León).

The writers, who ranged from teenagers to people who were in their eighties, and from those who had a native competence in Leonese language to those who only had a poor knowledge of it,[2] were these:

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  1. ^ ISBN 84-611-0061-1
  2. ^ Morala, J. R. & M. C. Egido (2009). “A vueltas con una norma para el leonés”, in J. R. Morala (ed.): El Leónés en el siglo XXI. Un romance milenario ante el reto de su normalización. Instituto Castellano y Leonés de la Lengua, pp. 209-241.