Leyendas del mundo hispano by Susan Bacon

Leyendas del mundo hispano

bySusan Bacon, Aitor Bikandi-mejias, Gregg Courtad

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A panorama of 12 legends from the Spanish-speaking world including illustrations of the blending of cultures (Spanish, indigenous, mestizo, Jewish, African, Arab), the creation of new legends, and the retention of old traditions.  Each legend is accompanied by pre- and post-reading activities and an audio recording.

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Susan M. Bacon, Emerita, University of Cincinnati Nancy A. Humbach, Miami University Gregg O. Courtad, Mount Union College Aitor Bikandi-Mejias, University of Cincinnati
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Title:Leyendas del mundo hispanoFormat:PaperbackDimensions:168 pages, 9.1 × 6.9 × 0.5 inPublished:July 27, 2009Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0205696503

ISBN - 13:9780205696505

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Table of Contents

Capítulo preliminar: Leyendas de tu mundo (Davy Crockett, Johnny Appleseed,

Pocahontas, El Rey Midas, La gente nube)

Capítulo  1: La creación Inca (Bolivia, Perú)

Capítulo  2: Yerba mate (Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay)

Capítulo  3: Los amantes de Teruel (España)

Capítulo  4: Los volcanes (México)

Capítulo  5: El Abencerraje y la Hermosa Jarifa (hispano-árabe)

Capítulo  6: El Dorado (Colombia)

Capítulo  7: La Llorona (México)

Capítulo  8: La Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre (Cuba)

Capítulo  9. El ñandutí (Paraguay)

Capítulo 10. El Caleuche y la Pincoya (Chile)

Capítulo 11. El año que llovieron tortillas (Nuevo México: sefardí)

Capítulo 12. Los cadejos (El Salvador)