Milenio: Mil Años de Literatura Española

Wiley, 2001 M08 31 - 434 páginas
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Appropriate for a one or two semester survey course at the fifth semester or beyond-ideal for majors, minors, and even non-majors, Milenio provides a survey of Spanish literature from its origins to the present. Most selections are excerpts from longer works, although all function as independent units. Milenio features a number of complete stories, essays, poems and one-act plays. Selections are ample enough to give students an idea of the author's writing, yet short enough to be treated in one or two class periods. Milenio provides enough selections to allow instructors to pick and choose according to their own preferences. Female authors include: Teresa de Ávila, Ana Caro, María de Zayas, Carmen Laforet, Ana María Matute, Soledad Puértolas, and Rosa Montero. In addition, Milenio contains Spanish works by regional writers such as Pere Gimferrer and Jon Juaristi. Milenio includes many tools that enable the student to read the selections with minimal difficulty. Each selection is followed by a list of Temas or review questions.

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Barbara Mujica is an American novelist, short story writer and critic. She has also written op-eds on bilingual education and is a member of the advisory board of the US English association; her husband Mauro Mujica is its Chair and CEO.

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