Dreaming in Cuban - Imagining Winter: Celia's Letters: 1950 - 1955 Summary & Analysis

Cristina Garcia
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Imagining Winter: Celia's Letters: 1950 - 1955 Summary

Celia's mother-in-law's curses Celia for taking Jorge away from her. Jorge forces Javier to learn accounting when he is five years old. Jorge lives in fear because he thinks Javier will ruin the family if Javier cannot manage their funds. Javier grows cold to both his parents.

Celia campaigns against Batista's politics. When Jorge returns from a business trip, Lourdes betrays Celia and tells her father Celia is at a campaigns, which enrages Jorge. She questions why Lourdes dislikes her so much. Celia knows that Lourdes is punishing her still for how Celia treated Lourdes when she was first born.

Felicia, meanwhile, gets a job in Havana selling stationary, despite her mother's worries. Javier wins a national science prize and often goes to the library to read more scientific texts. Celia writes her last letter...

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