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By Joy Renjilian-Burgy, Rebecca M. Valette

ISBN-10: 1133941044

ISBN-13: 9781133941040

Короткие рассказы авторов из Испании и Латинской Америки расположены в порядке возрастания сложности. Даны пояснения к тексту и упражнения.

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Cengage Learning reserves the right to remove additional content at any time if subsequent rights restrictions require it. 6 El tiempo borra ~ Javier de Viana ~ © Cengage Learning 2014 Uruguay «¡Indalecio! …Yo estaba sola; no podia cuidar los intereses… Todos me decían que tú no volverías más… » 29 Copyright 2013 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part. Due to electronic rights, some third party content may be suppressed from the eBook and/or eChapter(s).

Bájese —le gritó desde la puerta de la cocina una mujer de apariencia vieja, que en seguida, arreglándose el pelo, fue hacia él, seguida de media docena de chiquillosº curiosos. —¿Cómo está? —Bien, gracias; pase para adentro. Ella no lo había reconocido. Él creía ver a su linda esposa en aquel rostroº cansado y aquel pelo gris que aparecía bajo el pañueloº grande. Entraron en el rancho, se sentaron, y entonces él dijo: —¿No me conoces? Ella quedó mirándolo,º se pusoº pálida y exclamó con espanto:º —¡Indalecio!

2. Ponte en el lugar del hijo de 15 años de Indalecio. Su tía está de visita. ¿Qué preguntas les hace el chico a su madre y a su tía sobre la llegada y salida de Indalecio? ¿Qué le cuentan ellas? Discusiones 1. Basándote en el cuento, ¿cómo piensas tú que era la vida en las prisiones de Latinoamérica a principios del siglo XX? ¿Piensas tú que, hoy en día, la cárcel ayuda a los/las prisioneros/ as a ser conscientes y no repetir actos criminales? ¿Cómo afecta a las personas el encarcelamiento de sus seres queridos?

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