Discusses the social and economic problems faced by twelve million Hispanic Americans who live and work in the United States today.
The fables of La Fontaine are one of the great treasures of French literature. Based on Aesop’s legendary tales, La Fontaine’s stories capture the charm, the humor, and the wisdom of the seventeenth century. This book offers prose adaptations of the fables of La Fontaine’s most beloved poems.
Eating onions every day and having their house filled with onions is too much for the husband whose wife insists they keep away evil spirits.