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Excerpt from Fortuna and El Placer De No Hacer Nada
While the tale is simple, it is not devoid of dramatic situa tions. The second sketch may be called a species of literary tri ing, in good humor.
It is self-understood that the orthography and accentuation comply with the present rules of the Spanish Royal Academy.
It is hoped that those who shall use this little book will find it good material for learning Spanish. The wants of those who read without the aid of a skilled instructor at hand have induced the editor to provide especially full notes at the outset and to pay some attention to reviewing the principles of gram mar, but this kind of help is rapidly decreased in the latter portion of Fortuna.
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