Tanto Catorce Cuentos Contemporaneos by Gene S. Kupferschmid
  

Synopsis

Tanto Catorce Cuentos Contemporaneos by Gene S. Kupferschmid

This successful reader for second-year Spanish focuses on language acquisition, reading comprehension, and communicative competence. Designed to introduce literature without demanding complicated literary analysis, it contains 14 unadapted short stories by contemporary writers from different parts of the Spanish-speaking world. To facilitate reading comprehension, the text includes marginal glosses, a complete Spanish-English vocabulary, and an introduction to reading strategies and literary terms.

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I. Primer nivel 1. Aqueronte, Jose Emilio Pacheco (Mexico) 2. Vino de lejos, Carmen Kurtz (Espana) 3. El eclipse, Augusto Monterroso (Guatemala) 4. Barrio chino, Guadalupe Duenas (Mexico) 5. La mirada, Juan Madrid (Espana) II. Segundo nivel 6. Memoria eletronica, Mario Benedetti (Uruguay) 7. Continuidad de los parques, Julio Cortazar (Argentina) 8. El divorcio, Silvina Bullrich (Argentina) 9. Un dia de estos, Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Columbia) 10. Cassette, Enrique Anderson Imbert (Argentina) 11. El caso de los veinticuatro Salomones, Alfonso Rodriguez (Estados Unidos) III. Tercer nivel 12. El angel caido, Cristina Peri Rossi (Uruguay) 13. Tozlar lee a Melville, Enrique Medina (Argentina) 14. Garage Sale, Juan Armando Epple (Chile) Vocabulario

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Format

Paperback
192 pages

Author

Gene S. Kupferschmid
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Publication date

9th December 1998

ISBN

9780395904060


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