Read Think Spanish Premium Third Edition

Author: The Editors of Think Spanish
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 1259836320
Size: 11,55 MB
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Your first-class ticket to building key Spanish language skills From the bestselling Read & Think series, this fully-illustrated third edition of Read & Think Spanish brings the Spanish language to life! In addition to introducing, developing, and growing key vocabulary, this book gives you an insider’s look at the enchanting diversity of Hispanic life and culture—from the art of eating tapas in Spain to a walk along Cuba’s white sand beaches, and from biographies on luminaries such as Andrés Segovia, the father of the classical guitar, to lessons on Argentinian soccer. Including more than 100 engaging articles written by native Spanish-speakers, each one provides a bilingual glossary on the same page, allowing you to learn without stopping to look up new or unfamiliar words. Each chapter contains several exercises to reinforce comprehension and the new premium edition features streaming audio recordings of more than 40 readings (90 minutes) and over 7,000 vocabulary items by flashcard, easily accessible online or on any mobile device, through the unique McGraw-Hill Education Language Lab app.

World Radio Tv Handb

Size: 12,49 MB
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Historia De La Nueva M Xico 1610 A Critical And Annotated Spanish English Edition

Author: Gaspar Pérez de Villagrá
Editor: UNM Press
ISBN: 9780826313928
Size: 17,54 MB
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Villegra's epic poem of the founding of New Mexico in 1598 is available againin this beautiful bilingual edition.

Cambridge Readings In Spanish Literature

Author: J. Fitzmaurice-Kelly
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107649390
Size: 11,97 MB
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A 1920 selection of extracts that are mainly characteristic of their authors.

The Dialectics Of Our America

Author: José David Saldívar
Editor: Duke University Press
ISBN: 9780822311690
Size: 16,95 MB
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Joining the current debates in American literary history, José David Saldívar offers a challenging new perspective on what constitutes not only the canon in American literature, but also the notion of America itself. His aim is the articulation of a fresh, transgeographical conception of American culture, one more responsive to the geographical ties and political crosscurrents of the hemisphere than to narrow national ideologies. Saldívar pursues this goal through an array of oppositional critical and creative practices. He analyzes a range of North American writers of color (Rolando Hinojosa, Gloria Anzaldúa, Arturo Islas, Ntozake Shange, and others) and Latin American authors (José Martí, Roberto Fernández Retamar, Gabriel García Márquez, and others), whose work forms a radical critique of the dominant culture, its politics, and its restrictive modes of expression. By doing so, Saldívar opens the traditional American canon to a dialog with other voices, not just the voices of national minorities, but those of regional cultures different from the prevalent anglocentric model. The Dialectics of Our America, in its project to expand the “canon” and define a pan-American literary tradition, will make a critical difference in ongoing attempts to reconceptualize American literary history.

Western European Dissertations On The Hispanic And Luso Brazilian Languages And Literatures

Author: Sara M. Scales
Size: 13,21 MB
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Celestina Bilingual Edition English Spanish

Size: 14,69 MB
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