Dreaming in Cuban Setting & Symbolism

Cristina Garcia
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Santa Teresa del Mar

The home that Celia, Jorge and Lourdes move into after Celia leaves the mental asylum

Yankee Doodle Bakery

Lourdes's bakery in New York; the bakery signifies freedom and financial freedom to Lourdes, while it represents waste and excess to Celia from the vantage point of her support of the Cuban Revolution.

Sugar Cane Fields

To support the Revolution and keep herself productive and busy, Celia works in the sugar cane fields shortly after Jorge's death. She decides to spend her time supporting the Cuban Revolution and its principles.

The Movie Theater of Santa Teresa del Mar

The only movie theater in the town, Celia is the presiding judge over the civil complaint hearings held here each month. With the town as witness, common civil trials are held here with Celia's punishment as the final word.

Pearl Earrings

The pearl earrings that Gustavo gives her...

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