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I can imagine that they would be worth something - sadly - the essays have been republished
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Hi BobAndJohn,
It looks like you and I are the only 2 people on LibraryThing who share the "Spanish Cultural Reader" by: Emilio Gonzalez. I was wondering if you speak Spanish fluently or if you just like the language, and how you came to acquire this book.
I bought my copy for $1 at a Resale Store for a Habitat for Humanity that I was volunteering for that day. :) It's been written in and it has a lot of character. But I don't speak Spanish fluenty. I'd really like to learn, so that's why I bought this book.
Hope to talk to you soon,
Alexis
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