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For advanced and intermediate courses that combine literary composition and analysis. This classic presents outstanding texts as models for writing. Readings illustrate a variety of topics, themes, styles, and techniques. Each chapter contains explanations and activities for vocabulary development, comprehension, interpretation, style, translation, and free composition.
Table of Contents
|La siesta del martes, Gabriel GarcÃ¡a MÃírquez|
|Spanish equivalents of English to be (Part I)|
|La casa de los espÃ¡ritus, Isabel Allende|
|Spanish equivalents of English to be (Part II)|
|El tÃºnel, Ernesto SÃíbato|
|Simple tenses of the indicative mode|
|Viaje a la Alcarria, Camilo JosÃ© Cela|
|Compound tenses of the indicative mode and related verbal forms|
|Nada, Carmen Laforet|
|Other verbal forms|
|La ciudad y los perros, Mario Vargas Llosa|
|The subjunctive mood (Part I)|
|La rama seca, Ana MarÃ¡a Matute|
|The subjunctive mood (Part II)|
|Aceite guapo, Rosario Castellanos|
|The subjunctive mood (Part III)|
|Como agua para chocolate, Laura Esquivel|
|Adjectives and adjective position|
|Las ataduras, Carmen MartÃ¡n Gaite|
|La sombra del ciprÃ©s es alargada, Miguel Delibes|
|La casa de AsteriÃ³n, Jorge Luis Borges|
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