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  1. Handbook of Contemporary Spanish Grammar, 2nd Edition
    Advanced Handbook of Contemporary Spanish Grammar, 2nd Edition 2017 A reference and practice book for students of Spanish

    An invaluable tool for advanced level Spanish students, A Handbook of Contemporary Spanish Grammar combines thorough, accessible explanations with a unique online component. This easy-to-navigate reference is ideal for use as a stand-alone textbook for advanced Spanish courses, a companion grammar reference for heritage speakers and Spanish majors, or as a self-study tool for students who want to go beyond the grammar taught in introductory or intermediate courses.

  2. Letras de Hispanoamérica
    Advanced Letras de Hispanoamérica 2014 Nueva antología de la literatura de las Américas

    Advanced-level Spanish students will get a glimpse into centuries of Latin American literature with Letras de Hispanoamérica. The texts included in Letras de Hispanoamérica span twelve centuries, with a focus on authors from pre-Hispanic to contemporary times.

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  3. Galería de lengua y cultura 1
    Introductory Galería de lengua y cultura 1 2020 Español para hispanohablantes This Spanish-as-a-heritage-language series is the first of its kind, created specifically for U.S. heritage and native speakers in order to bridge the language gap and promote bilingualism, biliteracy, and biculturalism. Students are engaged with the language as they meet artists, poets, mathematicians, scientists, and other iconic cultural figures of the past and present, from all regions of the Spanish-speaking world.
  4. Galería de lengua y cultura 2
    Intermediate Galería de lengua y cultura 2 2020 Español para hispanohablantes This Spanish-as-a-heritage-language series is the first of its kind, created specifically for U.S. heritage and native speakers in order to bridge the language gap and promote bilingualism, biliteracy, and biculturalism. Students are engaged with the language as they meet artists, poets, mathematicians, scientists, and other iconic cultural figures of the past and present, from all regions of the Spanish-speaking world.
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