5 edition of Dreaming revolution found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -122) and index.
|LC Classifications||PS374.P6 B7 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 125 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||92046717|
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The book was very interesting and sometimes challenging to read because García switched among the stories of the women and within those stories, she often changed the perspective from first person to third person or vice versa/5. The revolutionary period began with a few small voices clamoring for a revolution and a dream of freedom from past tyrants.
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A patchwork of incident, memory, letters, dreams and visions provides glimpses of a Cuban family at home and in exile in the '70's and '80's, but Garcia's debut suffers from its fragmented style.
From disparate times, places, and (mostly female) points-of- view, Garcia reveals the circumstances and inner lives of various members of the del Pino family. Get this from a library. Dreaming revolution: transgression in the development of American romance.
[Scott Bradfield] -- Dreaming Revolution usefully employs current critical theory to address how the European novel of class revolt was transformed into the American novel. The Dreamseller: The Revolution Preface THE DREAMSELLER IS A SAGA TOLD IN SEVERAL VOLUMES with the same characters.
In this saga, drama and comedy, pain and laughter, sanity and madness permeate the texts and roil the story. Though there is a sequence, each book Released on: Septem. Cristina García ’s first novel, Dreaming in Cuban, dramatizes the profound interconnections between three generations of Cuban women.
Their memories, dreams, and hopes are gradually revealed and.Dreaming in Cuban tells the story of Celia del Pino and her family as they cope with the Cuban Revolution and endure the exile and emotional fallout that ensues. The story is deeply personal (rather than political), focusing primarily on the lives of the women in the family.Dreaming in Cuban is the first novel written by author Cristina García, and was a finalist for the National Book Award.
This novel moves between Cuba and the United States featuring three generations of a Author: Cristina García.