Nuevas Voces Hispanas: Contextos Literarios para el Debate y la Composicion
Prentice Hall, Nov 1, 1999 - Foreign Language Study - 169 pages
This book introduces students to literature through a collection of twelve short stories and related exercises designed to improve the reader's ability to speak and write in Spanish. Activities that build reading comprehension and grammar reviews are built into the context of each story to help eliminate any fear of reading in a foreign language. Interesting topics of current issues —such as child abuse, ecological catastrophe, homosexuality, migration, and aging—are written by a balanced selection of male and female new authors. For those familiar enough with the Spanish language to want to bridge the gap between that language and Hispanic literature.
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