Additional Resources for African Passions by Beatriz Rivera

Beatriz Rivera
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Behar, Ruther, ed., Bridges to Cuba, University of Michigan Press, 1996.

This is a collection of art, poetry, personal essays, and fiction written by Cubans living both in Cuba and in the United States. The book captures the diverse experiences, thoughts, emotions, and conflicts caused by living in exile and by living in Cuba and undergoing the pain of being separated from family members.

Cabrera Infante, Guillermo, Three Trapped Tigers, Marlowe & Company, 1997.

This is a fictional account of life in Havana before Castro. Through the skillful writing of Cabrera Infante, one of Cuba's classic novelists, readers are taken on a joyful literary and linguistic ride as four friends meet each night to tell stories. Through the use of puns, tongue twisters, and palindromes (a word or sentence that reads the same backward and forward), these four characters parody classic European literature as they make their comical and clever way...

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