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El Gato y El Ratoncito
Rudolfo Anaya.

One day, or un día, porque this cuento es bilingüe, el gato decided that he'd had enough of that sly ratoncito. So he chased and chased him until he was exhausted and finally ended up panting outside the ratoncito's hole.

Suddenly he got a bright idea. As the ratoncito in his hole also sat panting, having narrowly escaped; all of a sudden he heard a terrible conmotion outside his hole. Un terrible pleito: Bow-wow, woof, woof, woof ... then silence.

Ah, thought the ratoncito, finally the dog has chased away that nasty cat. He waited another few minutes and hearing nothing, strolled confidently out of his hole. Suddenly, woosh! the gato grabbed him and ate him. And as he sat there licking his bigotes he said: "Qué rico es ser bilingüe".

Rudolfo Anaya.



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De Todas Maneras
El gato y el ratoncito
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Laberinto
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La Furia del Poeta
Pablo Neruda
Miguel de Unamuno
Calderón de la Barca
Gustavo A. Bécquer
Lope de Vega
Jorge Manrique


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