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AP* SPANISH LITERATURE AND CULTURE

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updated for 2013

¿Estás pensando en agregar algunas florituras retóricas a tu estilo de escribir? Peruse Gabriel García Márquez's Cien años de soledad, about 700 pages of grammar (but where to find?)...or read Shmoop’s guide to the AP Spanish Literature exam.

Test-Taking Tips

Specifically designed for mastering the AP Spanish Literature and Culture exam. Learn how to prove that you are a good reader, how to love non-fiction, and how to hypnotize people with your writing. Or, at least, persuade them to do your bidding.

Two Full-Length Practice Exams

Curious about what it is really like to spend over an hour reading Spanish and answering 65 multiple choice questions – before writing 3 essays in another two hours? Take a full-length practice exam with Shmoop... and then take another one. Because we have two.

Practice Drills

If you forget everything you read approximately three seconds after you read it, never fear: polish your mad rhetorical skills with drills, more drills, and—you guessed it—even more drills.

Extreme Topic Review

Check out our in-depth study guide and practice problems galore on each of the topics.



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  • Glossary

  • Online Resources

  • Test Breakdown

  • Format and Scoring

  • Test-Taking Tips and Strategies

  • Evolution of Spanish Literature

  • The Middle Ages

  • The Golden Age

  • The 17th Century

  • The 19th Century

  • The 20th Century

  • Las sociedades en contacto (Societies in Contact)

  • La creación literaria (Literary Creation)

  • La dualidad del ser (The Duality of Being)

  • La construcción del género (Gender Construction)

  • El tiempo y el espacio (Time and Space)

  • Las relaciones interpersonales (Interpersonal Relationships)

  • And a lot more!

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