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Unit 3: Latin America

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And of Clay We Are Created by Isabel Allende
Bishop Berkeley or Mariana of the Universe by Liliana Heker
A Canary's Ideas by Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis
The Censors by Luisa Valenzuela
A Child, a Dog, the Night by Amalia Rendic
Colombia's Mortal Agony by George Russell
Discoveries by Eduardo Langagne
El Olvido (Según las Madres) by Judith Ortiz Cofer
Elena by Pat Mora
Fable by Octavio Paz
The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World by Gabrial García Márquez
Horses by Pablo Neruda
Kitchens by Aurora Levins Morales
La Casa by Maria Herrera-Sobek
Love Orange by Olive Senior
The Luck of Teodoro Méndez Acúbal by Rosario Castellanos
The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell
A Motto from Poets: Leave Stone by Roberto Fernández Retamar
My Poetry/Mi Poesía by María Herrera-Sobek
The Night Face Up by Julio Cortázar
Nineteen Thirty-Seven by Edwidge Danticat
Ode to My Socks by Pablo Neruda
from the Popol Vuh: Creation Hymn translated by Ralph Nelson
Richness by Gabriela Mistral
The Ring of General Macías by Josephina Niggli
Scanning the Heavens for Signs of Life by William J. Broad
Sonnet 145 by Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz
Sonnet LX by Pablo Neruda
Suavidades/Serenity by Gabriela Mistral
Time by Gabriela Mistral
To Da-duh, in Memoriam by Paule Marshall
Tuesday Siesta by Gabriel García Márquez
Two Countries by José Martí
A Walk to the Jetty: from Annie John by Jamaica Kincaid
Waltz of the Fat Man by Alberto Alvaro Ríos
We Are Many by Pablo Neruda
What I Have Been Doing Lately by Jamaica Kincaid
When Greek Meets Greek by Samuel Selvon
The Window by Jaime Torres Bodet

 


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