Dreaming in Cuban - Imagining Winter: Daughters of Chango Summary & Analysis

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Imagining Winter: Daughters of Chango Summary

Jorge del Pino is speaking less and less to Lourdes. He is starting to lose his time in limbo. He admits that in death, there is no extra knowledge gained, but only the perspective of not being caught up in the trials of day-to-day, which lends a greater amount of truth. Lourdes asks him why he left Cuba, to which he tells her that he was sick, but it was also to escape from Celia who thought only of the Revolution. Lourdes asks if he loves Celia and if she loves him, to which he says that he thinks she loved him in her own way throughout their marriage.

After a month goes by, Lourdes believes that her father has left her for good. However, he suddenly re-appears to have one of the most important...

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