Dreaming in Cuban - Imagining Winter: God's Will Summary & Analysis

Cristina Garcia
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Imagining Winter: God's Will Summary

Herminia and Felicia met when they were both six years old. They were on the shore and Felicia was collecting seashells and arranging them on the beach because Celia would not allow seashells in the house. Herminia tells Felicia that she has many shells in her house and they all represent the future and of the goddess of the seas, Yernaya. Without hesitation, Felicia asks Herminia to save her, which Herminia willingly agrees to do. Felicia's parents are afraid of Herminia's father, who is a high priest of santera. The other townspeople tell lies about him, and although Felicia is forbidden to go to Herminia's home, she does anyway. One day while Felicia is at Herminia's house, her father uses the divining coconut to answer his godchild's questions. It is from then on that Felicia is fascinated...

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