El cuento hispánico https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/0073385409.jpeg 8 9780073385402 El cuento hispánico: A Graded Literary Anthology , Eighth Edition, is designed for intermediate college Spanish reading courses. This book provides students with a collection of fi rst-rate Spanish-language short stories with which to expand their reading skills and their knowledge of Hispanic culture as por- trayed in these works. Although literary excellence was the primary crite- rion in selecting stories, an effort was also made to choose tales that can be read in one sitting.
El cuento hispánico

El cuento hispánico

8th Edition
By Edward J. Mullen and John F. Garganigo
ISBN10: 0073385409
ISBN13: 9780073385402
Copyright: 2012
09780073385402

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Preface

To the student

About the authors

Primer Paso

Marco Denevi

  • Apocalipsis
  • Sandra Cisneros

  • Chanclas
  • Augusto Monterroso

  • El eclipse
  • Elena Poniatowska

  • Las lavanderas
  • Don Juan Manuel

  • Lo que sudcedió a un deán de Santiago
  • Segundo Paso

    Visiones de España

    Ana María Matute

  • El árbol de oro
  • Rafael
  • El arrepentido
  • Civilización y barbarie

    Horacio Quiroga

  • El almohadón de plumas
  • El solitario
  • A la deriva
  • Más allá de la realidad

    Julio Cortázar

  • Continuidad de los parques
  • Casa tomada
  • Axolotl
  • El mundo de los espejos

    Jorge Luis Borges

  • Emma Zunz
  • La intrusa
  • El sur
  • TERCER PASO

    Donato Ndongo-Bidyogo

  • El sueño
  • Soledad Puértolas

  • La indiferencia de Eva
  • Luisa Valenzuela

  • Tango
  • Gabriel García Márquez

  • El ahogado más hermoso del mundo
  • About the Author

    Edward J. Mullen

    Edward Mullen is Professor of Spanish at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he has taught since 1971. He is co-editor of the Afro-Hispanic Review. He received the Ph.D. in Romance languages from Northwestern University and has also taught at Purdue University. Professor Mullen has received the Woodrow Wilson and American Council of Learned Societies fellowships. He has served on the Executive Committee of the Association of Departments of Foreign Languages (ADFL) and was the President from 1991 to 1992. He is the author of Carlos Pellicer; Langston Hughes in the Hispanic World and Haiti; Contemporáneos: Revista mexicana de cultura; The Life and Poems of a Cuban Slave; La poesía de Carlos Pellicer: Interpretaciones críticas; Critical Essays on Langston Hughes; Sendas literarias: Hispanoamérica, written with David Darst; and most recently, Afro-Cuban Literature: Critical Junctures.

    John F. Garganigo

    John F. Garanigo is Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures at Washinton University in St. Louis, where he has taught since receiving the Ph. D. from the University of Illinois in 1964. He is the author of Javier de Viana, Life and Works; Carlos Germán Belli: Antología crítica; El perfil del gaucho; and Osvaldo Dragún: Su teatro. He has also contributed numerous articles on narrative, poetry, and drama to professional journals.