Dream with no name: contemporary fiction from Cuba

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Juana Ponce de León, Estéban Rivera
Seven Stories Press, 1999 - 303 pages
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Contemporary Fiction from Cuba This anthology brings together writers from both before and after the Cuban Revolution, joining those still living in Cuba with those in exile. Works by well-known authors sit alongside those by lesser-known voices and together they illustrate that Cuban fiction embraces the entirety of human experience and that the country's strong storytelling tradition transcends the constraints of history to express Cuba's diverse cultural legacies.

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Dream with no name: contemporary fiction from Cuba

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This welcome anthology of 19 contemporary short stories includes some famous names--Reinaldo Arenas, Alejo Carpentier--as well as many new to non-Spanish readers. The collection covers the periods ... Consulter l'avis complet

Dream with no name: contemporary fiction from Cuba

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This welcome anthology of 19 contemporary short stories includes some famous names--Reinaldo Arenas, Alejo Carpentier--as well as many new to non-Spanish readers. The collection covers the periods ... Consulter l'avis complet

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À propos de l'auteur (1999)

JUANA PONCE DE LEÓN is a writer, literary critic, and the former editor in chief of Siete Cuentos Editorial, the Spanish-language imprint of Seven Stories Press. Her articles have appeared in many publications including The New York Times Book Review, The Village Voice Literary Supplement, Hispanic, Publishers Weekly, and Sí.
ESTEBAN RÍOS RIVERA is a poet and a member of the Union of Younger Writers of Cuba. He lives in Havana.

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