La nada cotidiana

La nada cotidiana Patria Naci El A O En Que La Revoluci N Triunf En Cuba, Y Representa La Generaci N De Los Que Crecieron En Un Sistema Que Deb A Desterrar La Injusticia Pero El Para So Prometido Se Torna Un Infierno Y Patria Se Sumerge En La Escritura Para Mantener El Fuego De La Existencia

Estudi en el Instituto Superior Pedag gico Enrique Jos Varona, pero abandon los estudios antes de terminar hizo hasta cuarto a o despu s ingres en la Facultad de Filolog a de la Universidad de La Habana, donde estudi hasta segundo a o.1Desde 1984 a 1988 form parte de la Delegaci n de Cuba ante la Unesco en Par s, y de la Oficina Cultural de la Misi n de Cuba en Par s Fue subdirectora de

➳ La nada cotidiana Read ➻ Author Zoé Valdés –
  • Paperback
  • 185 pages
  • La nada cotidiana
  • Zoé Valdés
  • Spanish
  • 18 August 2019
  • 9788495971678

10 thoughts on “La nada cotidiana

  1. says:

    Excellent depiction of Cuban life However some of the paragraphs would make the author of 50 Shades of Grey blush.

  2. says:

    Really, really good And hot, indeed And wonderfully written Totally depicts the situation in Cuba from an individual s point of view a little girl born in the dictatorship, who s known nothing but that, who has got no political opinion I m not interested in politically marked books, just for the matter, it seems like propaganda to me and I usually don t trust them, but I rather prefer memoirs that retell actually living in an epoque , but is just worn out by the system Will definitely read by the author.

  3. says:

    A short but compelling read about life in Cuba.

  4. says:

    I read this in college a long time ago, but the main premise I remember is that because everything in Cuba is so depressing after communism, the characters just have lots of raunchy sex I don t remember if the writing was great or not because I didn t really know anything about good or bad writing back then and reading in Spanish always makes it difficult for me to apply that filter.

  5. says:

    so i liked it i mean, it s not amazing, but i liked it really interesting characters, but i wanted MORE character development but considering that one can finish it in an afternoon assuming one does not get bombarded by children, which is not the case with this particular reader so three afternoons i guess , it s worth the read.

  6. says:

    I personally loved it I read this many moons ago but i still remember how Yocandra writes and writes about the nothingness of her life and those around her that builds her into something I also loved seeing in print the Cuban lingo I must reread son.

  7. says:

    Read it in college and I can still remember the way it felt to read this book Lonely, empty and sad.

  8. says:

    I had high hopes well, as high as you can wtih a bargain book find but it wasn t that goodset in Cuba in an artists communitythought it would be interesting.

  9. says:

    I really, really disliked this book It really isn t my cup of tea, so I can t objectively review it.

  10. says:

    A super short book giving a glimpse inside what life is like inside Cuba for the everyday citizens Filled with sex and emotion.

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