Objects & Places from Waiting for Snow in Havana - Confessions of a Cuban Boy

Carlos Eire
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Lizards - The narrator has an intense phobia of these.

Sunsets - The narrator notes that these are much more strikingly beautiful in Cuba than in the United States.

Cuba Clouds - After coming to the United States, the narrator often imagines he is seeing these objects, which remind him of home, in the sky.

Firecrackers - The boys and the narrator's father often play dangerous games with this object.

Breadfruit - This is the object the boys use in their street war before they leave for the United States.

Turquoise Water - This object surrounds Cuba.

Shark Pool - As an adult, the narrator still does not like to swim alone because of his memory of this object.

Pesticide Jeep - The boys would hold on to this object as it went past, enjoying the smell of its fumes.

Bombs - This object becomes an ordinary...

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