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Modern Spanish prose : with a selection of poetry

Author: Gustave W Andrian
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ : Pearson Education/Prentice Hall, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 7th edView all editions and formats
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The seventh edition of Modern Spanish Prose offers a polished collection of engaging stories written by Spanish and Latin American authors. The selection is meant to provide third and fourth semester students with intellectually mature pieces of varied genres that require no simplification, adaptation, or abridgement. The comprehensible style, universal themes, and selection of authors contribute to the success of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Readers
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gustave W Andrian
ISBN: 0132226774 9780132226776
OCLC Number: 74029206
Description: vii, 226 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: A Selection of Prose --
1. Pedro Espinosa Bravo (Spain) / El limpiabotas --
2. Mercedes Salisachs (Spain) / Feliz Navidad, seor Ballesteros --
3. Silvina Ocampo (Argentina) / La casa de az'car --
4. Marco Denevi (Argentina) / Los fracasados --
5. Mercedes Abad (Spain) / Una bonita combinacion --
6. Adolfo Bioy Casares (Argentina) / Una aventura --
7. Gregorio Lépez y Fuentes (México) Una carta a Dios 8. José Donoso (Chile) Una se'ora 9. Horacio Quiroga (Uruguay) El almohadon de plumas 10. Julio Cortézar (Argentina) / Continuidad de los parques --
11. Jacinto Benavente (Spain) / El criado de don Juan --
12. Gabriel Garcia Mirquez (Colombia) / La siesta del martes --
13. Marina Mayoral (Spain) Ensayo de comedia --
14. Lydia Cabrera (Cuba) El limo del Almendares --
15. Laura Freixas (Spain) Final absurdo --
16. Isabel Allende (Chile) La venganza --
17. Jorge Luis Borges (Argentina) Emma Zunz --
18. Javier Garcéa Sénchez (Spain) Teoréa de eternidad --
19. Carme Riera (Spain) El reportaje A Selection of Poetry A Note on Spanish Versification --
20. Rubén Daréo (Nicaragua) Para una cubana Méa Lo fatal --
21. Pablo Neruda (Chile) Walking around --
22. Gabriela Mistral (Chile) Los sonetos de la muerte La espera inétil El niéo solo --
23. Miguel Hernéndez (Spain) Cancién primera Aunque té no estés --
24. Rosario Castellanos (México) Malinche Jornada de una soltera Selected points of grammar 1. Adverbs; mismo and propio 2. Subjunctive with para que and other conjunctions 3. Further uses of subjunctive 4. Translations of than 5. Relative pronouns 6. Imperative of verbs 7. lo + adjective or past participle 8. Indirect questions; possessive pronouns 9. Pronoun objects 10. The infinitive 11. Further uses of the subjunctive: probability and conjecture 12. Passive voice 13. More uses of subjunctive: doubt, emotion, etc. 14. El gerundio 15. Hacer and llevar in expressions of time 16. Definite article instead of the possessive adjective; the preposition a 17. Imperfect and preterite of poder, querer and others; prefixes 18. Para and por.
Responsibility: [edited by] Gustave W. Andrian.
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The seventh edition of Modern Spanish Prose offers a polished collection of engaging stories written by Spanish and Latin American authors. The selection is meant to provide third and fourth semester students with intellectually mature pieces of varied genres that require no simplification, adaptation, or abridgement. The comprehensible style, universal themes, and selection of authors contribute to the success of this popular anthology.

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