Summary Dreaming in Cuban: A Novel
Cristina Garc a Å 0 Review Dreaming in Cuban: A Novel Free download î 100 Anwhile Felicia s twin daughters repudiate her while her son Ivanito becomes a mama s boy Celia s son Javier works in Czechoslovakia Daughter Lourdes fled Cuba with her husband opened the Yankee Doodle Bakery in Brooklyn and thrives on American life uickly embracing cold weather capitalism and prejudice Her father Jorge Celia s husband who died in New York following cancer treatment continues to manifest himself to her Lourdes s artistic daughter Pilar paints a scandalous punk Statue of Liberty and has psychic conversations with Celia After a Santera inspired vision Pilar convinces Lourdes to return to Cuba for a reunion Garcia explores Cuban culture and illustrates the dislocations of a family but the novel told through interior visions rather than action lacks sufficient freshness of insight to be consistently compelling Copyright Kirkus Associates LP All rights reserv.
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Cristina Garc a Å 0 Review Dreaming in Cuban: A Novel Free download î 100 Garcia s first novel is about Cuba her native country and three generations of del Pino women who are seeking spiritual homes for their passionate often troubled souls Celia del Pino and her descendants also share clairvoyant and visionary powers that somehow remain undiminished despite the Cuban revolution and its profound effect upon their lives This dichotomy suffuses their lives with a potent mixture of superstition politics and surrealistic charm that gives the novel an otherworldly atmosphere Garcia juggles these opposing life forces like a skilled magician accustomed to tossing into the air fiery objects that would explode if they came into contact Writing experimentally in a variety of forms she combines narratives love letters and monologs to portray the del Pinos as they move back and forth through time Garcia tells their story with an economy of words and a ri.Cristina Garc a Å 0 Review
Cristina Garc a Å 0 Review Dreaming in Cuban: A Novel Free download î 100 Ch tropical imagery setting a brisk but comfortable pace Highly recommended Janet W Reit Univ of Vermont Lib BurlingtonCopyright Reed Business Information IncA patchwork of incident memory letters dreams and visions provides glimpses of a Cuban family at home and in exile in the s and s but Garcia s debut suffers from its fragmented style From disparate times places and mostly female points of view Garcia reveals the circumstances and inner lives of various members of the del Pino family Widowed matriarch Celia who loved and lost a Spaniard then married and went crazy still lives near Havana fulfilled at last by her active participation in Communist activities and uasi erotic loyalty to El Lder Fidel Castro Daughter Felicia who talks like a Garca Lorca poem suffers episodes of violent insanity and amnesia then seeks healing through the African derived religion Santera Me.
- Library Binding
- Dreaming in Cuban: A Novel
- Cristina Garc a
- 24 September 2020