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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Hills, E. C. (Elijah Clarence), 1867-1932.
[Stanford University, Calif.] The American association of teachers of Spanish, 1929
|All Authors / Contributors:||
E C Hills; American Association of Teachers of Spanish.
|Description:||viii p., 1 l., 298 p. 20 cm.|
|Contents:||New-Mexican Spanish.--The Quechua drama, "Ollanta".--Some Spanish-American poets.--Did Bryant translate Heredia's ode to Niagara?--English translations of Spanish plays.--Irregular epic meters.--Notes and queries on the meter of the "Poem of the Cid".--The unity of the "Poem of the Cid".--Spanish patronymics in -z.--Drift in the Romance languages.--The accusative a.--The pronunciation and spelling of "huído" and similar words.--Names of the French and Spanish participles.--How many words are there in Spanish?.--New words in California.--Irradiation of certain suffixes.--"Creole" and "West Indies".--Reviews.--A list of Old Spanish dictionaries (p. 286-292)--List of the publications of E. C. Hills (p. 293-298)|
|Series Title:||Hispania monographs.|
|Responsibility:||by Elijah Clarence Hills.|