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Cubana: Contemporary Fiction By Cuban Women - Ruth Behar
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Until recently, the combination of a Cuban old boys'' network and an ideological emphasis on tough writing kept fiction by Cuban women largely unknown and unread. Cubana, the U.S. version of a groundbreaking anthology of women''s fiction published in Cuba in 1996, introduces these once-ignored writers to a new audience. Havana editor and author Mirta Yáñez has assembled an impressive group of sixteen stories that reveals the strength and variety of contemporary writing by Cuban women-and offers a glimpse inside Cuba during a time of both extreme economic difficulty and artistic renaissance.Many of these stories focus pointedly on economic and social conditions. Josefina de Diego''s Internal Monologue on a Corner in Havana shows us the current crisis through the eyes and voice of a witty economist-turned-vendor who must sell her extra cigarettes. Others-Magaly Sánchez''s erotic fantasy Catalina in the Afternoons and Mylene Fernández Pintado''s psychologically deft Anhedonia (A Story in Two Women)-reveal a nascent Cuban feminism. The twelve-year-old narrator of Aida Bahr''s The Scent of Limes tries to make sense of her grandparents'' conservative values, her stepfather''s disappearance, and her mother''s fierce independence. The Cuban-American writer Achy Obejas recreates the strange dual identity of the immigrant, while avant-garde stories like the playful and savvy The Urn and the Name (A Merry Tale), written by Ena Lucía Portela, reveal the vitality of the experimental tradition in Cuba. And Rosa Ileana Boudet''s Potosí 11: Address Unknown is both a romantic paean to a time of youth, passion, and revolution, and an attempt to reconcile that past with a diminished present. Ruth Behar, Books, Fiction and Literature, Fiction, Anthologies, Cubana: Contemporary Fiction By Cuban Women Books>Fiction and Literature>Fiction>Anthologies, Beacon Press

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Until recently, the combination of a Cuban old boys' network and an ideological emphasis on "tough" writing kept fiction by Cuban women largely unknown and unread. Cubana, the U.S. version of a groundbreaking anthology of women's fiction published in Cuba in 1996, introduces these once-ignored writers to a new audience. Havana editor and author Mirta Y??ez has assembled an impressive group of sixteen stories that reveals the strength and variety of contemporary writing by Cuban women-and offers a glimpse inside Cuba during a time of both extreme economic difficulty and artistic renaissance.Many of these stories focus pointedly on economic and social conditions. Josefina de Diego's "Internal Monologue on a Corner in Havana" shows us the current crisis through the eyes and voice of a witty economist-turned-vendor who must sell her extra cigarettes. Others-Magaly S?nchez's erotic fantasy "Catalina in the Afternoons" and Mylene Fern?ndez Pintado's psychologically deft "Anhedonia (A Story in Two Women)"-reveal a nascent Cuban feminism. The twelve-year-old narrator of Aida Bahr's "The Scent of Limes" tries to make sense of her grandparents' conservative values, her stepfather's disappearance, and her mother's fierce independence. The Cuban-American writer Achy Obejas recreates the strange dual identity of the immigrant, while avant-garde stories like the playful and savvy "The Urn and the Name (A Merry Tale)," written by Ena Luc?a Portela, reveal the vitality of the anthologies,anthologies and literary collections,contemporary,education and reference,ethnic studies,general,history and criticism,literature and fiction,movements and periods,politics and social sciences Ethnic Studies, Beacon Press

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Contemporary Fiction by Cuban Women Foreword by Ruth Behar This U.S. version of a groundbreaking 1996 Cuban anthology unites sixteen stories into an impressive collection that reveals the exciting strength and variety of fiction by contemporary Cuban women. ´´Reading these Cuban women writers . . . we too feel esa esencia Cubana that can´t be translated into English or Spanish but is a place in the imagination we reach in the work of the best storytellers.´´ --Julia Alvarez, author of How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents Contemporary Fiction by Cuban Women Buch (fremdspr.) Taschenbuch 01.05.1998 Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Beacon Press, .199

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Cubana: Contemporary Fiction by Cuban Women

Contemporary Fiction by Cuban Women Foreword by Ruth Behar This U.S. version of a groundbreaking 1996 Cuban anthology unites sixteen stories into an impressive collection that reveals the exciting strength and variety of fiction by contemporary Cuban women. "Reading these Cuban women writers . . . we too feel esa esencia Cubana that can't be translated into English or Spanish but is a place in the imagination we reach in the work of the best storytellers." --Julia Alvarez, author of How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780807083376
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0807083372
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 1998
Herausgeber: BEACON
240 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,299 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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