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An indigenous litigant named Catalina is examined by Bartolomé de las Casas, who then testifies on her behalf. The re-creation of this scene draws the reader into the world of indigenous litigant and witness, placing the litigant, not Las Casas, center stage in the struggle for justice in sixteenth-century Castile.

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