Dreaming in Cuban - Imagining Winter: The Meaning of Shells Summary & Analysis

Cristina Garcia
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Imagining Winter: The Meaning of Shells Summary

Felicia is marching through Sierra Maestra with a group considered social misfits in one way or another. Felicia does not remember trying to kill herself or Ivanito. Ivanito is in a boarding school because Felicia is an "unfit" mother. She is told that she needs to find meaning in her life outside of her son, so she is enrolled in the Revolution full-time. Felicia volunteers for night duty in the camp because she feels more comfortable at night. Felicia considers El Lider to be a common tyrant. She realizes that her mother's attraction to El Lider is somewhat sexual and it is with this thought that she satisfies herself during her night watch.

The first Thursday in December 1975, nearly 300 people come to the Santa Teresa del Mar's only movie theater to hear the...

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