Cuentos_De_La_America_Espanola

Cuentos_De_La_America_Espanola

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CUENTOS DE LA AM6ERICA ESPAaHQALBERTOV6AZQUEZ,6468 , 30279479CUENTOS DE LA AMERICA ESPANOLATanto e tanto onestagentile parela donna . . .mia,DANTE ALIGHIERILADECUENTOSAMERICA ESPANOLAandSelection, Notes, VocabularyEdited byALBERTO VAZQUEZTHE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITYAND CO.GREENLONGMANS,NEWYORK LONDON TORONTO1952GREEN AND INC.LONGMANS, CO.,FIFTH NEW YORK55 AVENUE, 3GREEN AND CO. LTD.LONGMANS,W I6 & CLIFFORD LONDON7 STREET,GREEN AND CO.LONGMANS,VICTORIA TORONTO I215 STREET,CUENTOS DE L'A AMERICA ESPANOLA*COPYRIGHT 1952BY GREENLONGMANS, AND INC,CO.,ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO REPRODUCETHIS OR ANY PORTIONBOOK, IN ANY FORMTHEREOF,PUBLISHED SIMULTANEOUSLY IN THE DOMINION OF CANADA BYLONGMANS, GREEN AND TORONTOCO.,FIRST EDITIONLIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOG CARD NUMBER 52-5736Printed in the United States of AmericaPREFACEThe collection of American cuentospresent Spanish (shortdoes not to cover thisthe'broad field ofnarratives) pretend genrein the American The limitations in-Spanish speaking republics.herent in a work such as intended as it is for classroomthis, use,make such an inadvisable. The whichcollection,undertakingincludes selec-twenty stories, contains, however, representativetions well-known ofwhom have attainedby authors, literarymanydistinction in the world. The stories cover aSpanish speakingwide of matter and Their fromrange subject types. plots rangethe realistic of life to the more fanciful ...

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CUENTOS DE LA AM6ERICA ESPAaHQ ALBERTOV6AZQUEZ, 6468 , 30279 479 CUENTOS DE LA AMERICA ESPANOLA Tanto e tanto onestagentile pare la donna . . .mia, DANTE ALIGHIERI LADECUENTOS AMERICA ESPANOLA andSelection, Notes, Vocabulary Edited by ALBERTO VAZQUEZ THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY AND CO.GREENLONGMANS, NEWYORK LONDON TORONTO 1952 GREEN AND INC.LONGMANS, CO., FIFTH NEW YORK55 AVENUE, 3 GREEN AND CO. LTD.LONGMANS, W I6 & CLIFFORD LONDON7 STREET, GREEN AND CO.LONGMANS, VICTORIA TORONTO I 215 STREET, CUENTOS DE L'A AMERICA ESPANOLA *COPYRIGHT 1952 BY GREENLONGMANS, AND INC,CO., ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO REPRODUCE THIS OR ANY PORTIONBOOK, IN ANY FORMTHEREOF, PUBLISHED SIMULTANEOUSLY IN THE DOMINION OF CANADA BY LONGMANS, GREEN AND TORONTOCO., FIRST EDITION LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOG CARD NUMBER 52-5736 Printed in the United States of America PREFACE The collection of American cuentospresent Spanish (short does not to cover thisthe'broad field ofnarratives) pretend genre in the American The limitations in-Spanish speaking republics. herent in a work such as intended as it is for classroomthis, use, make such an inadvisable. The whichcollection,undertaking includes selec-twenty stories, contains, however, representative tions well-known ofwhom have attainedby authors, literarymany distinction in the world. The stories cover aSpanish speaking wide of matter and Their fromrange subject types. plots range the realistic of life to the more fanciful themessimplicity daily of the The who move these imagination. people throughout some are humble and others arepages vary greatly: simple folk, somewhatmore allbut are human.complex, profoundly It is difficult to determine beforehand at what in thelevel, of advanta-this text could be moreprocess learning Spanish, Each teacher will have to decide that for him- geously 'adopted. I that fourthself. have found from theexperience, however, semester of that the second semester of the is,'college Spanish, second is a at which to use this book.year, satisfactory point I am indebted to classes in American literature atmy Spanish theThe for valuable assistance inGeorge Washington University selection these stories. read stories in the course of,of They many several and their reactions and served asyears opinions guidance the final selection of the authors and works included in thisfor Misstext. I wish also to toacknowledge my deep appreciation reference librarian of the Columbus Me-Marian chiefForero, moVial of the Pan-American for favorsUnion, manyLibrary the arduous of this book.received andduring long preparation A. V. D. G.Washington,