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UNDER THE VOLCANO: CUERNAVACA AND THE STUDY OF SPANISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

By Alvaro Ramírez Saint Mary’s College of California Since pre-Columbian times, Cuernavaca has enjoyed fame in Mexico as an attractive place with a generous climate and natural beauty, a place where Hernán Cortés established one of his palaces and later, during the Second Empire, the Hapsburg Maximilian spent many a day enjoying the magnificent and natural splendors which the valley

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