It’s rather bizarre really, but throughout the course of my Hispanic degree in England I wrote only one essay in Spanish. We were given short written tasks to do every week, but only one lengthy essay. So when one of my teachers in Granada told us that one part of our assessment would be a 15-page essay, I knew the honeymoon period really was over. The other teachers later informed us that we were to have an additional three written exams, an oral presentation and one other essay. What’s more, as the Master didn’t start until later October and the exams were in December, we had a month to prepare everything and we’d barely started the course!
I'm making an essay in Spanish, so I use and with for bibliography. Everything does what it should, but when citing, style required become . I understand this is the "correct" behavior in Spanish typography, but, for unknown reasons, I'm being required to use .
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Oviedo, José Miguel, “The Modern Essay in Spanish America,” in The Cambridge History of Latin American Literature, volume 2: The Twentieth Century, edited by Roberto González Echevarría and Enrique Pupo-Walker, Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996:365–424