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Pasajes : Literatura

Pasajes : Literatura - 4th edition

Pasajes : Literatura - 4th edition

ISBN13: 9780070076983

ISBN10: 0070076987

Pasajes : Literatura by Mary Lee Bretz, Trisha Dvorak and Carl Kirschner - ISBN 9780070076983
Edition: 4TH 97
Copyright: 1997
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company
Published:
International: No
Pasajes : Literatura by Mary Lee Bretz, Trisha Dvorak and Carl Kirschner - ISBN 9780070076983

ISBN13: 9780070076983

ISBN10: 0070076987


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Summary

The Pasajes series is one of the most widely used and highly respected programs for intermediate Spanish courses in North America. As in previous editions, Pasajes is a multi-volume component program. Pasajes, Fourth edition, now consists of three volumes -- a review grammar, a cultural reader, and a literary reader -- that are coordinated by theme and by language, chapter by chapter, across all three books. The result is a very flexible program that can be used in any combination and so is easily adapted to suit a wide variety of instructors and courses. The new edition of Pasajes retains the flexible format that works so well in the classroom but offers a new look and new features, along with refreshing new readings and streamlined grammar presentations. The fourth edition of Pasajes also includes an InstructorÆs Edition and a new authentic footage video integrated with Lengua.

Author Bio

Bretz, Mary Lee : Rutgers the State University of New Jersey New Brunswick Campus


Dvorak, Trisha : University of Washington


Kirschner, Carl : Rutgers the State University of New Jersey New Brunswick Campus

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. "Sombras del pasado" (parts); romance novel; A. Castilla Gasc"n (Spain)
2. "Cuyana"; legend (Ecuador)
3. "Muerte de su amiga intoxicada por la fumigaci"n en la finca" (excerpt from Me llamo Rigoberta Menchú y así me naci" la conciencia; Testimonial novel by Rigoberta Menchú with Elizabeth Burgos (Guatemala) "Al nio enfermo"; poem; Miguel de Unamuno (Spain)
4. "La guerra y la paz"; short story; Mario Benedetti (Uruguay) "El nieto"; short story; Antonio Benítez Rojo (Cuba)
5. "Por qué muchas personas no figuran en el último censo"; short story; Conrado Nalé Roxlo (Argentina) "Tesis"; short story; José Adolph (Peru)
6. "Rosamunda"; short story; Carmen Laforet (Spain) "Hombre peque-ito"; poem; Alfonsina Storni (Argentina) "Me gustas cuando callas"; poem; Pablo Neruda (Chile)
7. "El delantal blanco"; play; Sergio Vodanovic (Chile) "La United Fruit Co."; poem; Pablo Neruda (Chile)
8. "Un se-or muy viejo con unas alas enormes"; short story; Gabriel García Márquez (Colombia) "Padre nuestro"; poem; Nicanor Parra (Chile)
9. "Una caja de plomo que no se podía abrir"; short story; José Luis González (Puerto Rico) "Aprender el inglés"; poem; Luis Alberto Ambroggio (U.S. Hispanic) "Where you from?"; poem; Gina Valdés (U.S. Hispanic)
10. "Llegaron los hippies"; short story; Manuel Abreu Adorno (Puerto Rico) "Oraci"n por Marilyn Monroe"; poem; Ernesto Cardenal (Nicaragua)
11. "El ángel caído"; short story; Cristina Peri Rossi (Uruguay)
12. "El se-or Link visita a un autor"; short story; Paloma Díaz-Mas (Spain) "Extra-o accidente"; poem; Gloria Fuentes (Spain)