Leyendas mexicanas

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Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1996 - Fiction - 150 pages
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A reader for your intermediate through early advanced Spanish students.

Leyendas mexicanas (Genevieve Barlow and William N. Stivers) offers your students the opportunity to fine-tune their language skills while they gain insight into the rich cultural heritage of Mexico with this illustrated collection of 18 legends. This reader is softcover, 6” × 9”, and 160 pages in length.

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Contents

El sol y la luna
4
Z Las orejas del conejo
9
El león y el grillo
17
Los novios
25
El enano de Uxmal
33
Un lecho cle rosas
41
Atzimba la princesa
47
La Virgen de Guadalupe
53
El animalito que canta
73
El barbero y el virrey
80
La Casa de los Azulejos
87
El misterio de la calle de Olmedo
94
La hija del torrero
101
Gato por liebre
109
Quién es sabio?
117
El premio gordo
125

La china poblana
59
El fraile y el alacrán
66
Vocabulario españoldnglés
131
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About the author (1996)

Genevieve Barlow and William N. Stivers are experienced Spanish educators.

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