Juana López                         

Spanish 302. Sec. ___                        

Borrador # 1, etc. o Versión final      

28 de octubre de 2003

# de palabras

La novela caballeresca y El Nuevo Mundo*




*Do not write the word “title,” do not underline, bold, or italicize the title.  Title must summarize the thesis of your composition.  Please, no embellishments in the title (no colors, different fonts, for example).

Tildes and other diacritics:  Students must incorporate diacritics in their textual documents.  Check web page for commands in Microsoft Word.


Formato para todas las composiciones:  All drafts for the composition must be handed in together. They must be numbered and stapled.  All drafts and copies for compositions must be typed using a font size 12, Times New Roman, double-spaced, in black ink, with the student's name, the composition title, the draft number, word count and the date the assignment is due on the top of the first page. First page number must not be numbered.  Instructor should see only page 2 on top or bottom right side of the page (López 2 must appear, but never López 1).

[Para Español 511:  insert Page Break here.  Español 511 tiene que incluir esta página]
Works Cited

Aina, Dana P. A Single Author wrote the Book. Honolulu: Kahuna Press, 1999.

Bloom, Lea Ann, and Marcus Whitehurst. Two Authors from the MRC wrote this Book. New York: Bacon and Eggs, 2000.

Fernández, Oscar. Hawai`i has the Best Surfers: Author wrote two books, so list them in Alphabetical Order.  State College, PA: St. Martin’s, 1997. 

---. Surfing in Hawai`i: Second Book by Fernández. Bellefonte, PA: Bishop Street Press, 1993.

Harvey, Tristana R. “Jazz Verses: Article from a Magazine.” Penn Stater 20 Nov. 2000: 70-71.

Landrau-Rodríguez, Melissa. “Essay in a Journal with Continuous Pagination.” Puerto Rican Studies 31 (1998): 433-51.

Nair, Ajay T. “Essay in a Journal that pages Each Issue Separately.” Virginia Quarterly 50.3 (1994): 127-53.

Wolfe, Lori A. Multicultural Resource Center (MRC) Home Page. 15 May 2001. Multicultural Resource Center.27 June 2001 <http://www.lions.psu.edu/mrc>.