Additional Resources for Silent Wing by Jose Raul Bernardo

Jose Raul Bernardo
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Bernardo, Jose Raul, The Secret of the Bulls, Scribner: 1997.

Sweeping family chronicle set in Cuba from the turn
of the century to the mid-1930s, emphasizing Cuban
machismo, family struggles and passions.

Ripoll, Carlos, Jose Marti Thoughts, Endowment for Cuban American Studies: 1994.

Anthology of writings and thoughts on American
society from Cuban writer Jose Marti, posing the
central question, how to achieve a functional
accomodation of truth, self-interst and reason.


Stendahl, Ann Jefferson, editor, The Red and the Black, Everyman Paperback Classics: 1997.

A young man nurtures dreams of glory in a post-
Revolutionary world. Stendhal, one of France's greatest
novelists, fashions this story with riveting psychological
accuracy and a passionate awareness of political
exigency.



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