Dreaming in Cuban - Study Guide Ordinary Seductions: Ocean Blue Summary & Analysis

Cristina Garcia
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Celia del Pino takes her job seriously as a watcher for any potential invaders for the Revolution and El Lider. She has a vision of her husband, Jorge, emerging from the light of a shooting star. He looks younger and speaks to her slowly; Celia runs to the beach telling him that she couldn't hear him. Celia now knows Jorge is dead, but does not grieve as they spent most of their marriage apart. When first married, they buy a piano and she plays Debussy whenever he leaves, as he forbid it. She dove into the water and swims all night.

Celia tells Felicia, her younger daughter, that Jorge stopped by to say goodbye, Felicia is upset that his spirit had not also stopped by to see her and the children. Felicia thinks about picking up shells after a tidal wave...

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