David Woodard

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David Woodard
David Woodard
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Tlacatocayotl David James Woodard
Tlacatiliztli 6 ic nāuhtetl mētztli, 1964
Tlacetilīlli Tlahtohcāyōtl Santa Barbara, California

David Woodard (1964 - ) ītōca tlahtohcāyōtēcatl huēyi cuīcapixqui huan tlahcuilōni.[1][2][3][4][5]

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  1. Carpenter, S., "In Concert at a Killer's Death", Los Angeles Times, 9 ic mācuīlli mētztli, 2001.
  2. Rapping, A., Portrait of Woodard (Seattle: Getty Images, 2001).
  3. Epstein, J., "Rebuilding a Home in the Jungle", San Francisco Chronicle, 13 ic ēyi mētztli, 2005.
  4. Allen, M., "Décor by Timothy Leary", The New York Times, 20 icce metztli, 2005.
  5. Chandarlapaty, R., "Woodard and Renewed Intellectual Possibilities", Seeing the Beat Generation (Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2019), ixtli 98–101.

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