Novelas Cortas by Pedro Antonio de Alarcón


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Title: Novelas Cortas



Editor: W.F. Giese

Release Date: April 4, 2005 [EBook #15532]

Language: English and Spanish

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NOVELAS CORTAS

BY


MEMBER OF THE SPANISH ACADEMY


EDITED WITH NOTES AND VOCABULARY

BY

W.F. GIESE, A.M.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES
IN THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN



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BOSTON-NEW YORK-CHICAGO-LONDON
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PREFACE


in the belief that the easy style, the interest of the narrative, and
the incidental sidelights that they throw on Spanish life and history
will make the book a welcome one in the earlier stages of study.

The stories have been very fully annotated, and nothing that seemed to
offer any real difficulty has been passed over. All proper names have
been explained, with the exception of a few too well known or too

_Idiomatic Commentary_, to be studied in connection with the text. By
frequent reviews and by oral drill in translating the idioms from either
language to the other, with changes of person, tense, etc., wherever
possible, the Commentary should enable the student to attain to a real
mastery of the idioms that are here tabulated.

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