Published by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress, this resource is an interdisciplinary collection of scholarly works on Latin America, with coverage going back to 1936. It provides links to the numerous volumes of the print Handbook of Latin American Studies, as well as to relevant journals and e-resources. You must be a current MSU faculty/staff member or student to access this resource.
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The Syntax of Spanish. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. Call Number: PC4361 .Z34
An introduction to Spanish syntax. Following a descriptive overview of the major characteristics of the grammar, the book describes facts about Spanish, such as its word order, notions of "subject," "direct object," "auxiliary verb" and so forth.