Dreaming in Cuban - Imagining Winter: A Matrix Light Summary & Analysis

Cristina Garcia
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Imagining Winter: A Matrix Light Summary

Lourdes stops eating to purify herself, losing 34 pounds in a month. She walks for miles, not eating solid foods, which suddenly disgust her. Lourdes is a virgin when she marries. Pilar has a general disregard for rules, religion and "everything meaningful." She calls Pilar at five in the morning, demanding to know which man is in her bed, which infuriates Pilar. Lourdes did not plan to stop eating; it just happens. Now she longs to be profoundly empty. Now she's lost eight-two pounds. Jorge advises continually. He tells her to put her name on the sign as well. She does not allow people to tell her what to do in her bakery because she and her father know that is how things started in Cuba. Lourdes looks at Pilar's lady liberty regularly and is convinced...

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