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Cuba and the Tempest: Literature and Cinema in the Time of Diaspora (Envisioning Cuba) Paperback – April 10, 2006

ISBN-13: 978-0807856833 ISBN-10: 0807856835 Edition: 1st

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"A major work of scholarship and reflection by a uniquely talented critic in his prime. Employing an eclectic approach that blends myth criticism and psychoanalysis, Gonzalez, at his best, is nothing short of dazzling." - Gustavo Perez Firmat, Columbia University"

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This is undoubtedly a major work by a major critic whose talents are unbounded and whose voice is allowed to roam freely across temporal, geographic and intellectual boundaries to places where analysis of Cuban literature has rarely ventured. It is thus a very important book and one that starts to fill a large chasm in Cuban literary studies.--Caribbean Studies

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