Fortuna by Enrique Perez Escrich


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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Fortuna, by Enrique Perez Escrich

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Title: Fortuna

Author: Enrique Perez Escrich

Release Date: July 27, 2005 [EBook #16372]

Language: Spanish

Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1

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FORTUNA



EDITED WITH NOTES, DIRECT-METHOD EXERCISES, AND VOCABULARY
BY ELIJAH CLARENCE HILLS
PROFESSOR OF SPANISH IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
AND
LOUISE REINHARDT
INSTRUCTOR OF MODERN LANGUAGES IN THE COLORADO SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL

D.C. HEATH & CO., PUBLISHERS
BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO
COPYRIGHT, 1920, 1922,
BY D.C. HEATH & CO.

PRINTED IN U.S.A.




CONTENTS


INTRODUCTORY
FORTUNA
NOTES
EXERCISES
ABBREVIATIONS
VOCABULARY





INTRODUCTORY


_Fortuna_ is probably the most popular dog story in Spanish. It makes
pleasant reading, it holds the student's interest throughout, and its
language is clear and simple.


Valencia, Spain, but he went to Madrid when a young man. He was a
prolific writer of popular stories. Both _Fortuna_ and _Tony_, another

and loved them. One can not read these stories without feeling greater
admiration and respect for the dog, the best friend that man has among
the animals. _Fortuna_ also gives an interesting account of the
adventures of a boy who is kidnapped and is finally rescued with the aid
of the dog whom he had befriended and who thus undertook to pay his debt
of gratitude.

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