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General Hispanic literary sites

  • All the latest on the AP literature exam including the 2008 exam
  • 2009-2011 Course Descriptions for AP Spanish language and literature
  • Free, downloadable 2009 practice exams

  • Argentina's Literatura Web gathers Hispanic writers of every genre
  • CiberLetras has Hispanic Literature, technology and recent essays
  • El Cid - a history and a biography
  • LIBRO has online texts of Spanish lit 500 -1500 AD
  • To find/buy or download free most any book in Spanish, try Libros en la Red
  • La Biblioteca Virtual de Literatura Infantil y Juvenil from the Cervantes Virtual Library
  • Cuentos cortos en español
  • Short story collection compiled by Dr. A. L. Carabello
  • Spain's Golden Age, suggested readings
  • Texts of great medieval literature & theatre from PARNASEO
  • Una gran colección de Poesía
  • Use drop-down bars to find almost any poem in Spanish
  • Busca Poemas with handy cross referencing by title, genre or author
  • LANIC's comprehensive guide to Latin American literature
  • Los lectores quijotescos according to Espéculo
  • Get to know the top 6 Latin-American authors
  • A comprehensive look at great Argentine literature
  • A Dictionary of Mexican Writers

  • Try learning Spanish online!! Optimnem is where and why.

  • Literary sites by author

  • From Alberti, Borges, Córtazar to Llosa, Márquez, Neruda, and Saramago
  • Zamora's Leopoldo Alas, aka "Clarín" - sitio completo
  • Argentina's"Almafuerte", the poet-teacher Pedro Bonifacio Palacios
  • Enjoy the short stories of Argentina's Roberto Arlt
  • Una biografía de Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer de Sevilla y sus rimas
  • º  Project Gutenberg lets you read online the Legends, Tales and Poems of Gustavo Bécquer
  • "Father of Spanish poetry" Gonzalo de Berceo and his poems
  • Adolfo Bioy Casares of Argentina
  • Internet Aleph brings together all possible Borges sites and insights
  • º  All Borges, all the time
    º  A page of Jorge Luis Borges links
    º  Hear Borges himself read his works! Links, bio, photos and more
    A comprehensive article on Borges from Clarín Digital, January, '99
    º  Borges speaks out on Macedonio Fernández, no?
  • Here's a good Cervantes home site
    º  The Cervantes Project dedicated to his life and works
    º  La Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes
  • º  Everything Cervantes from the University of Alcalá
    º  Of course there's a, complete with free Quijosaver!
  • De la Argentina, el único Julio Florencio Cortázar
  • Félix Rubén García Sarmiento, aka Nicaragua's revolutionary poet Rubén Darío.
  • Prolific, award-winning Argentine Marco Denevi
  • Desde España, el poeta José de Espronceda by Jose Hernandez
  • Read online El Gaucho Martín Fierro, by José Hernández
  • Award-winning Mexican writer Carlos Fuentes
  • Verde. Te quiero verde.

  • Doña Bárbara (free file sharing) and a bio of Rómulo Gallegos
  • The poetry of Federico García Lorca for you to enjoy.
    º  Bio & selected bibliography of the incomparable Garcia Lorca
  • Links from the Gabriel García Márquez Nobel Prize site
    º  García Márquez Nobel laureate bibliography
    º  Analítica presents "Crónica de una tragedia organizada" sobre GGM
    º  Complete García Márquez books for sale at Amazon
  • Cuba's Nicolás Guillén, bio and poems
  • A tribute to José María de Heredia of Cuba
  • Proyecto de red sobre vida y obra de Mariano José de Larra
  • Venezuela Analítica examines Lazarillo de Tormes
  • º  Lazarillo analyzedby UPS Siglo de Oro professor Velez-Quinones
    º  Read the seven chapters of Lazarillo on line, thanks to
  • Lee 4 cuentos del puertorriqueño Luis López Nieves
  • An excellent anthology of Antonio Machado's life
  • Don Juan Manuel, el hombre y sus obras
  • Official site dedicated to José Martí
  • Obras, críticas, y estudios de Carmen Martín Gaite
  • 2010 Winner of the Premio Cervantes, Ana María Matute, presented by Club Cultura
  • º  Read here the works of Matute

    Amé, fui amado, el sol acarició mi faz.
    Vida, nada me debes! Vida, estamos en paz!

  • Pablo Neruda, Chile's Nobel laureate in literature
      Edward Hirsch of the WA Post:
    100 Years of Neruda, 7/11/04
      Neruda's Poemas del Alma
  • A tribute to Spain's Amado Nervo
  • Uruguay's Juan Carlos Onetti, 1909-1994, author of 15 major novels.
  • Nobel Prize winner Octavio Paz of Mexico
  • Bio & bibliography of Argentina's Manuel Puig, who wrote "Kiss of the Spider Woman" and much more
  • A window to links for Francisco de Quevedo
  • Here's Argentina's Quino, creator of Mafalda
  • Nine terrific short stories by Horacio Quiroga, the Poe of Uruguay
  • Mexico's writer-photographer Juan Rulfo
  • The Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Project
  • Argentina's Osvaldo Soriano of "Funny, Dirty Little War" - vida y obras
  • Bios of Argentina's poetess Alfonsina Storni from and Cervantes Virtual
  • El Gran Burlador, Tirso de Molina is studied by fellow authors
  • A selection of the poetry of Miguel de Unamuno y Jugo
  • º  Unamuno - a bio and two translated poems from
    º  Analítica presents three of Unamuno's works
    º  A look at el modernismo religioso de Miguel de Unamuno
  • Bibliography for Mario Vargas Llosa
  • º  Have you visited
    º  Excellent Vargas Llosa bio from Mundo Latino
  • Sonnets & links Garcilaso de la Vega
  • Argentina's massacred master writer Rodolfo Walsh
  • º  A timeline for the controversial Walsh
  • For more contemporary writers, click here

  • For the AP SPANISH LITERATURE test, here are sites for info on authors and the exam:

  • Everything you need to know about the current literature Exam from AP Central
  • New changes! 2012-13 Advances in AP Spanish Literature and Culture
  • Manchester Essex sample Curriculum Guide for Teachers and Students
  • Teaching to the Literature exam via Precolumbian Myths and Legends from Mary Jo Ramos, UNM

  • Teachers! Join AP Central to avail yourself of all the test resources

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