4 edition of Antologia de literatura hispano-canadiense = found in the catalog.
Published 1987 by Administrator in Association for the Development of Hispanic Culture
|Statement||Association for the Development of Hispanic Culture|
|Publishers||Association for the Development of Hispanic Culture|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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That being said, these students have done a marvelous job in writing and editing these introductions and notes, and while there may be some errors, these may be minor when taking the whole text as a frame of reference.
While well intended for its audience, this book would require additional representation of more canonical and marginal authors, but this initiative is to be praised since most main stream textbooks on either Hispanic, Spanish or Latin American literature tend to be inclusive of said canonical authors and exclusive of relevant marginal literary figures.
19the online edition of this textbook is considerably more comprehensive than the PDF download. complements this chronological approach by giving a short historical overview of Hispanic letters.
Cultural Relevance rating: 4 Not offensive. : Cuento hispanoamericano siglo XIX, Barcelona; Norma, 1994. Cultural Relevance rating: 4 The book is culturally relevant as its scope and range is sufficiently ample as to include canonical and more "marginal" authors as well as a good number of female writers both from Spain and Latin America.
We as professionals are edited by other professionals, it should not be considered a sign of disrespect or undermining their work. Additionally, this text is arranged in a random order chronologically and geographically.
The textbook is consistent with its goals. This is a broad and well-balanced sampling to have been chosen for the anthology. However, this will naturally be accounted for with an open access textbook since users will be able to instantly provide feedback for any out-of-date links or other information. The Index, Introductions to each author, Works and Bibliographies are very effectively presented. Clarity rating: 4 The text is definitely written in academic Spanish, reaching an advance level of sophistication and complexity that is very manageable for the students that would use it for second to third year course in a Spanish major or minor program.
GHIRALDO, Alberto: Autores americanos: sus mejores cuentos, Madrid; V. Yet, the consideration of Antologia de literatura hispano-canadiense = as units may still require further thinking on my part, as well as additional supplementary material for each time era.
Some grammar is from old Spanish and it is important that the text is kept as close as possible to the original. Consistency rating: 4 In this anthology, in general, complexity is sacrificed in favor of clarity and accessibility. Making a Difference: Canadian Multicultural Literature. Similarly, the reproduction of the readings contains few mistakes and notes are useful.
Obra incorporada en cursos o seminarios universitarios• There are other textbooks with similar reading selections, and their introductions and activities are of a higher scholarly caliber. Julie Ann Ward, her two co-editors and the group of 23 student collaborators very carefully reviewed their work and have created a very clear and error-free textbook.
There is nothing written in the past seventy years.
Consistency rating: 5 The text is consistent with the goal of facilitating the reading process of complex texts to Spanish students.
Content Accuracy rating: 5 The text is accurate.