Dreaming in Cuban - Imagining Winter: Enough Attitude Summary & Analysis

Cristina Garcia
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Imagining Winter: Enough Attitude Summary

Lourdes is walking around her new section of town as an auxiliary policewoman. She patrols on Tuesdays and Thursdays. She thinks about how nothing is important to Pilar, so it was hard to punish her. Lourdes believes equality is just an abstraction. She vows to live in a world of black and white. Lourdes dreams about what her son would be doing right now, if he had survived. She thinks about Rufino and how she realized he would never fit in with American life. She rejected the Puente lifestyle that Cuban women above a certain age do not work. She went to work on the Puente ranch shortly after marrying Rufino. She found a cheating accountant and redecorated the entire structure, making it more modern and fresh. Rufino's mother put the home back the way it was...

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