Little Havana Blues: A Cuban-American Literature Anthology

By Delia Poey; Virgil Suárez | Go to book overview
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Little Havana Blues: A Cuban-American Literature Anthology
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Contents 5
  • Introduction 9
  • Poetry 19
  • Fiction 111
  • The Admiral is Cursed 112
  • On the Morning of His Arrest. . . 122
  • The Last Supper 132
  • Inés in the Kitchen 152
  • Cuba, Cuba, 1954 158
  • I'M Holding His Hand . . . 172
  • The Homecoming 192
  • The Defector 200
  • Paloma 215
  • Headshots 240
  • Liberation in Little Havana 262
  • The Guns in the Closet 276
  • Drama 299
  • Once Upon a Future 300
  • Coser Y Cantar 326
  • Important Note from the Author 327
  • Memories of My Father's Family During His Self-Imposed Exile 351
  • Memories of My Father's Family During His Self-Imposed Exile 351
  • Memories of My Father's Family During His Self-Imposed Exile 351
  • Scene 2 365
  • Scene 3 372
  • Act II 374
  • Act II 374
  • Scene 2 378
  • Scene 3 383
  • Essay 391
  • Contributors' Biographies 423
  • Cuban-American Literature: A Bibliography 441
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