This work is based on the book “Coquito de Oro” as its main visual reference; in this case, to analyze the relationship between the learning of vowels and the support words in this process (e.g., “A for abeja [bee], E for enano [dwarf]”) in contrast with transcriptions from the Peruvian Civil Code, specifically the chapter on family.

The “little words” are the first words we carry in our childhood vocabulary, words that designate animals, body parts, toys, and fascinating machines. The “big words” are almost illegible, complex, and structured in hermetic contortions, grandiloquent and important.