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Audiobooks can help decipher the most difficult readings

The rigorous expectations for reading only increases as you move through your high school years, yet you and your peers still struggle with concentration.  Reading has a hypnotic quality that puts you to sleep or sends you in reverie.  You read a chapter only to realize you hadn’t comprehended any of it at all.  The struggle is real! Continue reading “Audiobooks can help decipher the most difficult readings”

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New Online: Recordings from the Archive of Hispanic Literature | Library of Congress Blog

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In the spirit of National Hispanic Heritage month – and a love for literature! – the Library of Congress has made available recordings of Hispanic and Latino authors reading from their works in the native language.  The recording date from the 1950’s to the present, with some selections in native South and Central American and Basque languages.

New Online: Recordings from the Archive of Hispanic Literature. A blog post at “Library of Congress Blog” on 2018-10-23.

Source: New Online: Recordings from the Archive of Hispanic Literature | Library of Congress Blog