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Lecturas literariasshares same methodology, design, icons, and so forth as Punto y aparte.Each reading is accompanied by pre- and post-reading activities as well as by role-playing, creative-writing, and other follow-up activities that students can use to expand on the themes presented in each reading.Students are exposed to literary terminology. With each reading, a different aspect of literary analysis is presented (e.g., the use of dialogue, tone, narrative voice). Students are then asked to apply this new knowledge in a deeper analysis of the reading as a creative work.
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READINGS IN LECTURAS LITERARIAS
La colmena (selecciones), by Camilo Jos Cela (Spain)
Rosamunda, by Carmen Laforet (Spain)
Con los ojos cerrados, by Reynaldo Arenas (Cuba)
Tiempo muerto (selecciones), by Avelino Stanley (Dominican Republic)
Cristina Martnez from Mujeres de ojos grandes, by ngeles Mastretta (Mexico)
Querida Diego, te abraza Quiela (selecciones), by Elena Poniatowska (Mexico)
La fiaca (selecciones), by Ricardo Talesnik (Argentina)
El cartero de Neruda (selecciones), by Antonio Skrmeta (Chile)
El banquete, by Julio Ramn Ribeyro (Peru)
El sueo del pongo, by Jos Mara Arguedas (Peru)
nica mirando al mar (selecciones), by Fernando Contreras Castro (Costa Rica)