S210 Second-Year Spanish Composition __________________


Practice in creating a bibliography


  1. Presuming the following works/authors would be included in your bibliograhy, alphabetize them. Indicate their order in the bibliography using the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 in the spaces provided.

      4     Ernesto Sábato is the author of a novel called El túnel.
      2   Como agua para chocoloate was written by Laura Esquivel.
      3   La estrella de Sevilla is an anonymous play from the Spanish Golden Age.
      1   Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra wrote El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha.

  2. Write biblographic entries for the following works:

    Texto y vida: Introducción a la literatura española, is a Spanish anthology prepared by Bárbara Mujica and published in 1990 by Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. The publishing company lists as its places of publication the cities: Fort Worth, Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Montreal, Toronto, London, Sydney, and Tokyo.

    Mujica, Bárbara. Texto y vida: Introducción a la literatura española.
         Fort Worth: Holt, 1990.

     

    In 1980 Patricia O'Connor and Anthony Pasquariello edited and published a collection of short plays called Contemporary Spanish Theater: Seven One-Act Plays, using the publisher Charles Schribner's Sons, located in New York, N.Y.

    O'Connor Patricia, and Anthony Pasquariello. Contemporary Spanish
         Theater: Seven One-Act Plays
    . New York: Schribner's, 1980.

     

    Daniel Eisenberg published an article called “Cervantes' Consonants” in the journal Cervantes, volume X, number 2 (fall), for the year 1990. It starts on page three and continues on through page fourteen.

    Eisenberg, Daniel. “Cervantes' Consonants”. Cervantes, 10.2 (1990):
         3-14.

     

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