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Spanish Composition Through Literature

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Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780131865860

ISBN10:
0131865862
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
7/1/1995
Publisher(s):
Pearson College Div
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Summary

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 Garcáa MÃírquez
Spanish equivalents of English to be (Part I)
La casa de los espáritus, Isabel Allende
Spanish equivalents of English to be (Part II)
El t̼nel, Ernesto S̒bato
Simple tenses of the indicative mode
Viaje a la Alcarria, Camilo José 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 Maráa 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 Martán Gaite
Pronouns
La sombra del ciprés es alargada, Miguel Delibes
Relative pronouns
La casa de Asterión, Jorge Luis Borges
Prepositions
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