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I am learning Spanish primarily by having a Spanish and English copy of the same book, and reading them simultaneously (literally (no pun intended) with one in each hand).

http://www.gutenberg.org has mostly English books, but a few Spanish, too. Does a list of which books gutenberg has in both english and spanish exist? The only one I know of as of now is Don Quixote.

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google can help you better –  Emilio Gort Dec 17 '13 at 18:34
    
I tried that; googling "which books does gutenberg have in spanish and english" gave me no exhiliration. –  B. Clay Shannon Dec 17 '13 at 18:44
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The Alchemist/El alquimista –  Emilio Gort Dec 17 '13 at 18:53

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  • The Alchemist/El alquimista
  • The Godfather /El Padrino
  • Sophie's World/ El mundo de Sofía
  • Les Misérables/Los Miserables
  • The Davice Code/El código de Da Vinci
  • Love in the Time of Cholera/El amor en tiempos de cólera
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These are all available on gutenberg? IOW, they are in the public domain? I imagine Les Misérables, but the others I'm familiar with seem too new for that to be the case. –  B. Clay Shannon Dec 18 '13 at 16:00
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I have seen in elnglish/spanish those books you can find them in the web... –  Emilio Gort Dec 18 '13 at 18:18
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search on amazon –  Emilio Gort Dec 18 '13 at 18:33
    
I appreciate the info, but the question was, which pairs are available on gutenberg.org, IOW which are in the public domain. So I upvoted your answer but have not marked it as the answer for that reason. –  B. Clay Shannon Dec 18 '13 at 18:44
    
it's ok, yo have to goolge it –  Emilio Gort Dec 18 '13 at 18:54

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